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future-proof

verb To design or build a product or system that anticipates factors and features that might be made obsolete by the next wave of technological advancements.
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The Future Proof Home, manufactured in factory conditions, is assembled on site.
Merchants that accept EMV-chip cards with the Future Proof terminal, which supports both signature- and pin-based EMV transactions, can expect fewer chargebacks and may have no liability in the future for the cost of card fraud - saving them time and money.
The Future Proof terminal ensures merchants can accept the most common forms of mobile, Near-Field-Communication-enabled payments in the future, which Juniper Research forecasts will grow to $74 billion in transactions by 2015.
As enterprises replace their communications infrastructure they are predominantly choosing IP, recognizing the need to future proof this (call center) infrastructure.
The 1460 is the industry's most future proof session control solution offering unmatched scalability, performance and investment protection.
With its scale and capacity, Newport Networks' 1460 SBC represents the most future proof solution for our session control requirements" he added.
John Everard, CEO of Newport Networks stated, "From an early stage Newport Networks anticipated that to future proof the 1460 the Company would have to build a separated signalling and media proxy into the architecture.
amp; MONTREAL -- Turnkey Product Bundles and In-Field Upgrade Program Ease the Transition to VoIP and Helps Future Proof Investments in Speech
With the evolution of WCDMA, Ericsson stays true to its established tradition of supplying future proof products based on cutting edge technology.
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