orderable

Related to orderable: stirred up, reacquainted

orderable

(ˈɔːdərəbəl)
adj
able to be ordered
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In contrast to traditional PDU designs with designated hardwired connectors, the Geist UPDU enables the use of a single orderable part number (SKU).
For example, the company is reducing the number of orderable combinations on Escape, Fusion and EcoSport from thousands, to just 10 to 20 combinations for each vehicle.
Reducing orderable combinations of many nameplates, focusing on what customers value most .
Responding to the remarkable interplay between topology and the theory of orderable groups during recent decades, Clay and Rolfsen examine connections between the two, leaving out some details that are available elsewhere but retaining enough to make the treatment reasonably self-contained.
Orderable as one solution, they bring together hardware, software, and services.
It features adaptive favorites lists for orderable tests and ICD-9/ICD-10 and instrument-ready bar code capability.
Mouser Electronics' website is updated daily and searches more than 8.9 million products to locate over 3 million orderable part numbers available for easy online purchase.
Communications leader Sonus Networks (NASDAQ: SONS) announced that the Sonus SBC 5100 Session Border Controller, orderable on a limited basis since May 22, 2012, is now generally available to service providers and enterprises.
These are orderable on-line by clients, using an e-commerce website which supports credit card payment for these searches.
King of Prussia, Mar 31 (ANI/Business Wire India): Devon IT Solutions India Pvt Ltd today announced its new line of thin client solutions, orderable with IBM part numbers.
In 2002, the same gang of four authors wrote Why Are Braids Orderable and published it in a French Mathematical Society series.
The automaker has reduced the number of orderable configurations by 90 percent from the 2008 model year to 2009.