dispersed site

dispersed site

A site selected to reduce concentration and vulnerability by its separation from other military targets or a recognized threat area.
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Standby Site: Dedicated backup site waiting to process transactions in the event of a production failure, Digex manages a second, geographically dispersed site with an Oracle standby database.
Systems Vault's presence in Portland enhances its capability by providing a geographically dispersed site for those customers who require an alternate site for Business Continuity.
Unlike typical LAN-based messaging solutions, NetSupport Notify provides a dedicated notification gateway(s) that allow seamless message delivery across multiple network segments or dispersed sites without the need for network modifications or switch configuration.
The final solution that we implemented will also allow Giant's corporate retail team to remotely manage systems at each of their geographically dispersed sites and produce the greatest return on investment for their organization," said Beelek.
Clinical trials are becoming more complex, particularly as sponsors struggle to manage widely dispersed sites and ensure the timely collection of patient data," he said.
Businesses with a combination of equipment from multiple vendors across geographically dispersed sites can now deploy the same next-generation features across all locations and users," said Michael Tessler, president and CEO of BroadSoft.
VPLS is an MPLS application that allows geographically dispersed sites to share an Ethernet domain.
iSIVA(TM) uses a single enterprise database and built-in communications, eliminating database replication issues between geographically dispersed sites.
Philips Medical Systems had previously relied on conventional development platforms and tools that were not designed for use in heavily distributed teams and geographically dispersed sites.
In addition to general communication service providers, Skynet is working with enterprises in the healthcare, petroleum, and finance industries to provide two-way high-speed services among these industries' multiple, geographically dispersed sites.
Users can conduct surveys in multiple languages and rely on strong administrative management capabilities to monitor surveys from a central location or across multiple dispersed sites.
For telecom carriers, APG 2T1 can significantly reduce technology and maintenance costs in handling backhaul traffic to a central base station from remote, geographically dispersed sites.