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(di-ploy′) [Fr. deployer, to scatter]
1. To prepare personnel or resources for anticipated use, e.g. in a mass casualty or a field of battle.
2. To put into therapeutic use.
3. To insert (e.g., prostheses, stents).
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These deployment support personnel helped the deploying units with updating data in the Transportation Corps Automation Information Management System, stuffing containers and International airlift/helicopter Slingable container Units, and all aspects of cargo and hazardous material documentation.
Soldiers from SDDC's 1394th Deployment Support Brigade also contributed immeasurably in getting deploying units from fort to foxhole.
New modeling tools such as Ganymede's Chariot Tool Suite allow network managers to model the effects of deploying multicast to their networks before it is actually deployed.
While this strategy has been useful in demonstrating the feasibility of deploying IP multicast across the Internet, this approach has serious shortcomings in its ability to scale and to offer acceptable convergence levels.
For this win, Adamind will receive a set licensing fee per operator deploying the service.
Refined through a decade of development, Syclo's Agentry is a software platform for designing, deploying and managing the entire lifecycle of mobile projects, and employs a powerful 4GL framework.
Deploying processes, products and performance KPIs across locations, to accelerate adoption of "best practices" and sustain Lean or Six Sigma initiatives, has required manufacturing IT staffs to ensure the appropriate configuration of each instance of FlexNet.
To support subscriber enhancements and increase cost savings, Leap will be deploying its own Tekelec 9000 backbone network consisting of multiple distributed Tekelec 8000 Wireless Multimedia Gateways and centralized Tekelec 3000 Media Gateway Controllers.
JSC Astel is deploying its first SkyEdge VSAT hub in Almaty, with VSATs throughout Kazakhstan for the mining sector, banking and other corporate networking applications.
When deploying critical security patches on databases, organizations are faced with two equally risky options: test before you deploy and leave sensitive data vulnerable to attack, or deploy without testing and risk unplanned downtime," said Amichai Shulman, CTO of Imperva.
is the developer of the first proactive solution for service quality management (SQM) for enterprises deploying IP telephony systems.

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