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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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If you set up a performance-based model properly, you are going to have the benefit of a future-proofed solution.
Our approach was to build an instantly-ready multimedia system that could handle today's presentation needs with a fiber-optic cable system future-proofed for a minimum of 25 years.
Those offerings are future-proofed because Trinity supports industry standards as well as various silicon providers.
Optical wireless gateways allow wireless networks to be effectively future-proofed against changes of protocols, spectrums and data rates.
Broadous further stated, "By choosing ADVA, we have future-proofed the technology and products required to support Gigxchange- GiGX Communications powered liquid bandwidth exchange.
The LPGA International community is an exceptional showcase for us because we have future-proofed our telephone, television and Internet services, ensuring that residents receive the most reliable services that supply the greatest capacity in a changing world," said Ned Lamont, President, GateHouse.
The Ericsson GPRS solution is future-proofed for third generation (3G) systems and is fully compatible with the GPRS specifications approved at SMG 31 (Special Mobile Group within ETSI standardization organization).
In addition, by moving to a standards-based solution, CAAC has future-proofed their network and prepared themselves to offer more value-added electronic commerce applications for the travel industry.