from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
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- National Exhibition Centre. The largest exhibition space in the United Kingdom.
- National Executive Committee (of a political party).
- Nippon Electric Company, Ltd. (renamed to NEC in 1983.) Electronics manufacturer.
- National Electrical Code: its purpose is the practical safeguarding of persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I do believe that Nec 3550 was a Dell drive made my NEC.
Now due to sliding decline in handset sales in Japan, Nec and Sharp are revising their strategy and plan to expand overseas. article, NEC hopes to export at least 1 million phones for an average price of $300.
But if NEC is talking about being able to print ten thousand RFID tags for a hundred bucks, then bracket tags could become an easy option.
NEC, which used to have a majority share in NEC Electronics, now holds a 34% stake in the newly formed entity.
FINAL RECORD: 11-18, 8-10, tied for eighth in NEC (lost a tournament berth on tiebreaker).
NEC is also showing off a small handset with no keyboard – only a touch screen.
NEC is promising to ship a laptop fuel-cell capable of running for 40h within two years.
The NEC is updated from time to time, which results in questions about which version of the code is in effect in a given locale.
Hi-Tech said the terms NEC offered were "either impossible or totally unworkable".
I called NEC Display for comment on Friday, and a company representative essentially put me on hold until Monday.