VSTI

AcronymDefinition
VSTiVirtual Studio Technology Instrument
VSTIVehicle Signature Test Instrumentation
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Founded in 1997, VSTI is an industry-leading provider of advanced software systems that assist with high-volume contextual data reduction, analytic discovery, information dissemination, and alerting of the intelligence analysis within the US federal government IC.
By joining the SAS family, VSTI reinforces the value it places on its workforce and technology excellence.
The VSTI acquisition strengthens SAS' ability to deliver solutions to the public security market and closely follows last month's acquisition of Memex, a Glasgow, Scotland-based firm specializing in solutions that enhance public safety and prevent and deter crime.
With new support for VSTi virtual instruments and MIDI piano roll style editing, combined with sophisticated audio and mixing tools, Adobe Audition 3 provides more creative power for audio production.
VSTI is leveraging StreamBase to develop cutting-edge stream processing applications to process and evaluate terabytes of structured and unstructured data and provide:
VSTI underwent a rigorous Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI) appraisal, led by David Quinn of Cepeda Systems & Software Analysis (CSSA).
The agreement between Harcourt and VSTi will allow Vital Source to bundle digital versions of Harcourt's Mosby, W.
In addition to enhancing the student/faculty experience with reference and resource aids, the VSTi service creates a copyright compliant environment on campus, giving Harcourt Health Sciences the ability to maximize student and faculty use of their products in a cost-effective manner.
Robert Watkins, president and founder of VSTi "Our initial customers are excited about Harcourt's desire to participate in this new product offering, which marks a dramatic shift in the way educational resources will be accessed and utilized by students and faculty at these schools.
Beginning in August 2000, VSTi will deliver the digitized Harcourt publications to incoming freshman students at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School; the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine; The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, New Jersey Dental School; Boston University's Goldman School of Dental Medicine; and New York University's Kriser Dental Center.