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  • Biolac® Long Sludge Age Process

    The Biolac® System is a well-accepted biological wastewater treatment process with over 30 years of experience and hundreds of successful installations treating municipal and industrial wastewater. Using an innovative long sludge age, activated sludge process, the Biolac® System provides an extremely simple and cost-effective solution for many treatment applications.

  • PROflex™ Reverse Osmosis Systems

    SUEZ has delivered over 1000 PRO Series Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems since its launch over a decade ago. The PRO has always been known as a rugged, industrial RO, capable of delivering consistent product water over years of operation. The PROflex line originated in feedback from our many customers on how to make the PRO even better.

  • GNSS Low-Noise Amplifier Front-End Modules With Integrated Pre-Filters And Post-Filters

    Skyworks offer two new front-end modules (FEMs) for GNSS/GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/Compass/QZSS radio receiver applications in the 1559 to 1606 MHz frequency range. The SKY65933-11 and the SKY65943-11 feature an integrated low noise amplifier (LNA), and a pre-filter and post-filter. Both devices use surface-mount technology (SMT) in the form of a 2.5 x 2.5 mm Multi-Chip Module (MCM) package, which allows for a highly manufacturable and low-cost solution.

  • Export Management

    As companies look to foreign markets as a means to grow top line revenues, exports have boomed. Unfortunately, with more customers spread across more geographies, the export compliance challenge has mushroomed, and so has the risk of regulatory violations. Many exporters struggle to effectively screen potential customers against restricted party lists, determine license requirements, perform export compliance checks, and generate international trade documents.

  • Filtering Components For 5G Networks

    As 5G testing continues to grow and demand more requirements for filtering components. Corry Micronics (CMI) has developed all types of filtering using different technologies, and several that have been allocated for 5G. At lower frequencies in the US market centered around 600 MHz, filtering can be easily, and cost competitively designed using several different filtering technologies. Types of filters range from LC to cavity, combline, interdigital, Helical, ceramic resonator, and tubular.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Mandatory Hub For Orphan-Designated Pediatric Therapy

    UBC successfully provided Hub services to ease the barriers to access and simplify a very complex treatment initiation in pediatric patients suffering from SMA.

  • TITAN MBR™ Provides Private Developers With Automated Operation And Compact Footprint

    The packaged Smith & Loveless TITAN MBR™ Membrane BioReactor (MBR) provides commercial and private developers the most cost-effective solution for enhanced wastewater treatment and water reuse. Enhanced to make operation even more automated and simpler, and regular maintenance even safer and less frequent than any other membrane system, the new TITAN MBR™ features more compact models with the ability to achieve customized effluent goals and water reuse efficiently.

  • Critical Milestones Achieved Ahead Of Schedule In Lung Cancer Study

    Learn how IQVIA Biotech helped a biotechnology company reach critical milestones as it prepared to launch an international Phase III clinical trial for its investigational ALK inhibitor in patients with non-small cell lung cancer.

  • Soil Testing: From Filtration To Fertilizer To Food

    Soil testing laboratories need to operate cost effectively while maintaining accuracy and reliability. Efficient filtration plays a key part in this as a first step in sample preparation before analysis. A laboratory that can make sure it is using optimum filtration practices and materials can simplify soil testing workflows, provide accurate and reliable results, and maximize its profitability.

  • Truly “Focused on Faster” For Aseptic Filling

    A small, research-focused biotech received positive results in the clinic for its current program. It needed urgent help getting clinical supplies to its distributor to make it in the clinic by January 2020.

  • Adopting Label Change Best Practice To Promote Clarity And Compliance

    Globalized clinical trials are quickly becoming a pre-requisite for success. Read Almac’s latest case study to learn how one sponsor was able to extend its trial into new countries without risking labelling non-compliance, which enabled them to continue on their mission to improve the health outcomes for millions of patients.

  • eCOA Trends To Watch

    With acceptance of personal electronic devices (e.g., smartphones and tablets) by the public, the use of computerized systems to collect clinical outcomes assessment (COA) data in clinical trials is commonplace and becoming the preferred and recommended method. As the regulators continue to encourage its use in clinical trials, eCOA deployment will continue to evolve. Read more about hot eCOA topics that demonstrate the trend toward patient-centricity are described here.

  • CRO Clears Path For Success For Rosacea Trial With Enrollment Hurdles

    Two large, parallel trials were being conducted with 107 sites spread across the United States for a topical drug to treat rosacea. They were challenged to come up with an advertising strategy to needed to attract more than 1,400 subjects fast enough to meet the aggressive schedule.

  • Assurance Of Quality Supply For Single-Use Pre-designed Solutions

    Read how resin specifications, process qualification and process controls established at all stages of the manufacturing process can ensure quality, change control and business continuity.

  • Measuring Average Power Of Pulsed Lasers With Photodiodes

    Recent development in VCSELs for applications in remote sensing, require measurement of average power during pulsed operation. When measuring average power of pulsed lasers, another mechanism may also affect the linearity of the photodiode. In this article we review this mechanism.

  • UK’s Cambridge Helpdesk Adds Layer Of Client Security With Secure DNS Solution

    Like many MSPs around the world, Cambridge Helpdesk was becoming more concerned about the rapid proliferation of ransomware threats in today’s security landscape. This concern was growing even more acute because Cambridge Helpdesk’s endpoint security solutions at the time (ESET and Bitdefender) were providing little or no protection against the current ransomware onslaught.

  • Targeting Field Service Success At C&C Group

    With an array of services designed to make buildings more energy efficient, safer, and easier to maintain, C&C Group needed a solution to better manage their mobile workforce. C&C’s CIO, Chad Cillessen, knew that some of their existing processes were less than optimal, especially around work order entry and time entry for their 58 field technicians.

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