PKI

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PKIPublic Key Infrastructure
PKIPrivate Key Infrastructure
PKIPublic Key Information
PKIPerkinelmer, Inc (Wellesley, Massachusetts)
PKIPartai Komunis Indonesia
PKIProtein Kinase Inhibitors
PKIPeter Kiewit Institute (Omaha, Nebraska, USA)
PKIParamount's King's Island
PKIPrivacy Knowledge Inc.
PKIPeacekeeping Institute (US Army; now Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute)
PKIPerformance Key Indicators
PKIPartido Kalikasan Institute (Philippines)
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The University of Nebraskas Peter Kiewit Institute and UNOs Mammel Hall and Scott Village student housing stands on land originally purchased by First Data from the Ak-Sar-Ben Trust in the mid-1990s and donated to UNO.
Skoug is a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, The Peter Kiewit Institute, where he received his Masters Degree in Acoustical Architectural Engineering.
Byline: A GMJ Q&A with Gerald Wagner, Ph.D., a Distinguished Research Fellow at the Peter Kiewit Institute of the University of Nebraska-Omaha
Wagner, Ph.D., Distinguished Research Fellow at the Peter Kiewit Institute at the University of Nebraska-Omaha (UNO), the founder of several software companies, and a widely recognized expert in data visualization and decision-support technology.
The laboratory is part of the Peter Kiewit Institute at the university.
(NASDAQ:FDRY), San Jose, Calif., a performance and total solutions leader for end-to-end switching and routing, today announced that The Peter Kiewit Institute, home to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Engineering and Technology and the University of Nebraska at Omaha's College of Information Science and Technology, has taken the next steps to future-proof its network by upgrading its existing Foundry-powered infrastructure to one of the most powerful networks in academia today.
The University of Nebraska's Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI), a collaborative partnership with business, industry and government, is designed to help meet the needs of the nation's technology and engineering firms by providing top- flight education to highly talented students interested in pursuing careers in fields critical to our nation's economy.
"We are extremely pleased to continue our strong relationship with the Peter Kiewit Institute and implement a best-of-breed network that enables them to expand and enhance their network performance experience for both students and faculty," said Bob Schiff, vice president and general manager for Foundry Networks enterprise business unit.