INCP

AcronymDefinition
INCPInternational Network on Cultural Policy
INCPInternational Network for Cultural Policy
INCPInternational Nephrology Centers Poland (est. 2000)
INCPIntelligent Network Control Plane (Elematics)
INCPInstitute of New Chemical Problems (Russia)
iNCPInsoluble Noncollagenous Protein
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INCP (International Network on Cultural Policy), 2004, Traditional Culture in the Course of Modernization, s.
The paper offers four financial models, including the "liberal" market model in which people spend their money on whatever they like; the INCP thinks such markets consist of "cultural products intended for mass consumption.
The INCP thus tiptoes up to an epiphany about the personal meaning that makes culture valuable to consumers.
France is one of the key members of the INCP and President Chirac used the opportunity of his speech to the Earth Summit in South Africa to press for the adoption of the instrument under the auspices of UNESCO.
A draft of the instrument was submitted for consideration at the meeting of the INCP in South Africa in October 2002.
Elematics is providing the INCP on MontaVista Linux Carrier Grade Edition in response to an increasing demand from its customers who seek to lower overall costs through Linux-based solutions on Intel platforms, while maintaining the high performance and availability of their mission critical applications.
INCP for Linux will be available in Q4 of this year.
Elematics has achieved this goal and has made it easy to demonstrate the business case for the deployment of the INCP.
Elematics plans a new release of the INCP with OIF NNI Implementation Agreement (IA) signaling which will be generally available in the second quarter of 2003.