DEPLOY


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DEPLOYDeployment and Sustainment Model
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The requirement of many vendors to deploy inline introduces issues having to do with scalability and redundancy.
Now that there are so many more cars that have not only air bags that deploy from the steering wheel and passenger dash areas, but also for side impact in the doors, there are definitely concerns and dangers to rescue and emergency workers called to the scenes,'' said fire Capt.
If the 3rd Infantry Division is assigned to deploy, say, a brigade combat team--usually three battalions of between 500 and 900 men each, plus headquarters and support assets--to the Middle East, that team is built essentially ad hoc, from the ground up.
John Colvin, Calix vice president of field operations, added, "The continuation of our affiliation with Nortel, which has produced a significant number of large customer deployments throughout North America, gives our customers the technology, solutions, and integration capabilities required to quickly and seamlessly deploy advanced IP-based services.
A backup solutions provider could deploy a backup SRM module at the customer site and quickly provide a detailed assessment and analysis of the customer's existing backup infrastructure, precisely identifying pain points and even potential future problems.
Tatara's Wi-Fi Service Delivery Platform is also ideal because it does not require retail providers to deploy their own expensive backhaul networks--which can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars per month or more per hotspot.
This contingency DST will deploy from multiple locations, come together on very short notice, and we will then evaluate their ability to accomplish our mission as one team," said Gitto.
These solutions offer the high performance and high reliability requirements of today's enterprise and are simple to deploy and operate.
With an additional 20% of respondents planning to deploy an iSCSI SAN, combined early adopters and planned adopters represent 37% of the organizations surveyed.
I was able to deploy and employ a team in one day with the same confidence I would have if all the team members came from my unit.
For these reasons, as organizations look to deploy IP Multicast within their networks, they will need to pay special attention to network management to ensure that they are not significantly impacting current network operations.
Waveleap and Cantata eliminate the need for customers and carriers to deploy additional equipment to communicate between disparate networks.