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ECHEmergency Command Hologram (Star Trek)
ECHEar Canal Headphones
ECHEarth Coverage Horn
ECHEarly Childhood for the Handicapped
ECHEarly Career Hire
ECHEnhanced Call Handling
ECHEquity Corporate Housing (Chicago, IL)
ECHEpichlorohydrin
ECHEchelon
ECHEchangeur (French: Exchange; Canada Post street designation)
ECHExtra Care Housing (various organizations)
ECHElectron Cyclotron Heating
ECHEphrata Community Hospital (Ephrata, PA)
ECHEcho Channel
ECHEpisodic Cluster Headaches
ECHEnterprise Customer Hub (Amdocs)
ECHEchinacea
ECHEl Centro Hispano (North Carolina)
ECHEuropean Clearing House (securities industry)
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Echelon Corporation (NASDAQ:ELON) is a pioneer and world leader in control networking -- networks that connect machines and other electronic devices -- for the purpose of sensing, monitoring and controlling the world around us.
Echelon Corporation (NASDAQ:ELON) is a pioneer and world leader in control networking Co networks that connect machines and other electronic devices Co for the purpose of sensing, monitoring and controlling the world around us.
Echelon, LonWorks, Digital Home, and the Echelon logo are registered trademarks of Echelon Corporation registered in the United States and other countries.
Such statements may involve risks and uncertainties, including risks associated with uncertainties pertaining to the timing and level of customer orders and demand for Echelon products and services; the ability of Echelon products to perform as designed; the growth of the LonWorks industry; and other risks identified in Echelon's SEC filings.
We chose Echelon for the inaugural Net-atHome award because of its constant determination to offer to the worldwide market innovative solutions suited to consumer's needs," said Roger Torrenti, CEO of Homega Research.
Echelon Corporation (NASDAQ: ELON) is a pioneer and world leader in control networking -- networks that connect machines and other electronic devices -- for the purpose of sensing, monitoring and controlling the world around us.