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roll out

verb To do or implement, especially referring to a highly complex activity.

noun An implementation especially of a highly complex actifity—e.g., the NHS electronic medical records rollout.

roll out

To start or expand, as a new program or an existing initiative
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The Nomadix Universal Subscriber Gateway(TM) II (USG II) can support up to 2,000 simultaneous users, providing a suite of functionality enabling large scale roll outs of public access networks in a variety of venue types and sizes including large hotels, airports and convention centers.
The USG II can support up to 2,000 simultaneous users, providing a complete suite of functionality enabling large scale roll outs of public-access networks in a variety of venue types and sizes including hotels, airports and convention centers.
This win demonstrates the power of Advantage and its ability to meet the needs of software developers who are building database applications for large-scale roll outs.