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Instead of wasting years and money developing a pilot in Israel, one needs referencable customers in the US to attract US investment.
"Companies investigating cloud computing should partner with a vendor that has built its own platform from the ground up, has demonstrated and referencable expertise in virtualization and the talent to manage deployments well into the future," said Kevin Reid, chief executive officer at Virtustream.
Linked Data is a growing field of datasets that are categorized with standardized markup, tied together and easily cross referencable by machines.
Plan4Demand, an established boutique supply chain consulting firm with over nine years of highly referencable business successes and a premium name-brand client base, seeks an entrepreneurial sales executive experienced in selling consulting services.
chicagotribune.com - 2010
Basically, Linked Data deployment (assigning de-referencable HTTP URIs to DBMS records, their attributes, and attribute values [optionally]) is occurring last.
Planet RDF 2010
This is data as a whole new platform, a greenfield for as yet unforeseeable innovations. explosion of data won't just be cross-referencable and sortable by the contact lists of people represented in the data, or patterns of consumption activity by people, as today's stream of social data is.
It supports approximately 25 entity types in Linked Data - URIs are de-referencable to Calais RDF pages.
To the degree that that conversation between a client and a trader is now captured, that becomes referencable for any number of reasons, including regulatory concerns.
NetApp has referencable, customers deploying virtualized storage for VMware,
Secondly, a history of how the Linux code was developed exists on the web and is referencable.