Synonyms for xln or Related words with xln

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Examples of "xln"
XLN uses the BT Openreach network to provide its business broadband and telephone services.
XLN has been shortlisted for and won a number of awards, including:
XLN provides business gas and electricity at up to 40% cheaper than the top providers in the UK.
XLN (also known as XLN Business Services) is a provider of utility services to small businesses in the UK. As of 2015, its core products are telecoms (including business broadband and phone line), business mobile, card processing machines, fibre broadband and business energy.
XLN focuses on small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups, and has helped over 250,000 customers across the UK in a wide variety of sectors and industries.
As well as broadband and business phone lines, XLN also offers card processing machines, including countertop, portable, and mobile card machines to merchants.
In 2008, Nellemann led a management buyout of XLN with Palatine Private Equity and again in 2010 when ECI Partners acquired a majority stake in the company.
In October 2014 ECI sold XLN Telecom Ltd to the company's management and Blackstone’s credit business GSO Capital Partners generating a 3x return on its investment.
Sequence analysis can detect the WAS-related disorders of Wiskott–Aldrich syndrome, XLT, and XLN. Sequence analysis of the "WASp" gene can detect about 98% of mutations in males and 97% of mutations in female carriers. Because XLT and XLN symptoms may be less severe than full WAS and because female carriers are usually asymptomatic, clinical diagnosis can be elusive. In these cases, genetic testing can be instrumental in diagnosis of WAS-related disorders.
XLN is based in the UK, with its head office at Millbank Tower in London. In 2014, the company expanded to open a second office at One North Bank Sheffield. All of its call centres are run from these locations.
XLN began in 2002 when founder and CEO, Christian Nellemann, identified a gap in the market for a telecoms provider that focuses on small businesses. Nellemann started selling business telecoms door-to-door, and after building up a customer base expanded the product range to include card processing, energy, and fibre broadband.
XLN provides business broadband to small businesses in three key packages: Basix, Xtra and Max. Each package offers different features, ranging from unlimited broadband and a free router to free online security. Broadband can be purchased with a business phone line, or by itself.
One of XLN's latest products is Business Fibre, which utilises the growing fibre broadband network to deliver high-speed internet to businesses around the country. Whereas its standard broadband offers speeds of up to 17Mb, XLN Business Fibre quotes speeds of up to 76Mb.
Like its business broadband products, XLN offers business phone lines in its Basix, Xtra and Max packages. The basic package provides line rental and free online account management and support, while the Max package includes extras like mobile minutes and unlimited UK landline calls. Businesses can choose which package best suits their requirements.
Other floors in the tower are occupied by various organisations and commercial companies, including Environment Agency, the World Bank, Altitude 360 London, foreign exchange specialists World First, the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, the UK India Business Council, the Audit Commission, event caterers Salt and Pepper, Private Food Design, the firm Lewis PR, the London office of the Open Society Foundations, the Local Government Boundary Commission for England and XLN Telecom.
Wiskott–Aldrich syndrome (WAS) is a rare X-linked recessive disease characterized by eczema, thrombocytopenia (low platelet count), immune deficiency, and bloody diarrhea (secondary to the thrombocytopenia). It is also sometimes called the eczema-thrombocytopenia-immunodeficiency syndrome in keeping with Aldrich's original description in 1954. The WAS-related disorders of X-linked thrombocytopenia (XLT) and X-linked congenital neutropenia (XLN) may present similar but less severe symptoms and are caused by mutations of the same gene.
Founded in 1993 for the development and release of Typhoon, which is an alternative operating system for the Yamaha TX16W sampler. "NuEdge" became intimately involved with Propellerhead Software around the time of its birth. Notable achievements include work on ReCycle, audio compression technology for REX files and ReFills, copy protection and GUI programming on Reason 1.0. "NuEdge" designed and developed the highly acclaimed Malström synthesizer for Reason 2.0. After this, "NuEdge" launched its own AU / VST plug-in venture "Sonic Charge". "NuEdge" collaborated with "XLN Audio" on creating Addictive Drums. They also created the "CWO" effect for Teenage Engineering OP-1
X-linked thrombocytopenia, also referred to as XLT or Thrombocytopenia 1, is an inherited clotting disorder that primarily affects males. It is a "WAS"-related disorder, meaning it is caused by a mutation in the Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome ("WAS") gene, which is located on the short arm of the X chromosome. "WAS"-related disorders include Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome, XLT, and X-linked congenital neutropenia (XLN). Of the "WAS"-related disorders, X-linked thrombocytopenia is considered to be the milder phenotype. Between 1 and 10 per million males worldwide are affected with this disorder. Females may be affected with this disorder but this is very rare since females have two X chromosomes and are therefore typically carriers of the mutation.