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scalability

(skā″lă-bi′lĭ-tē)
The ability of a health care system to expand to meet increased demands by users. Although the term can be applied to the ability of health care systems to respond to surges in demand for clinical services, it is most often used to describe how electronic health record software can respond to periodic fluctuations in use.
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This results in a solution that delivers enterprise-class scalability and data integrity.
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Based on a revolutionary system architecture that delivers best-in-class resiliency and massive scalability, Force10's TeraScale E-Series switch/routers ensure predictable application performance, increase network availability, and reduce operating costs.
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This type of approach is very useful with straightforward data and database installations, but if you're an integrator or consultant to an enterprise or an Internet heavy hitter and they need a heavy-duty workgroup or enterprise database like Oracle8, Microsoft SQL Server, or IBM DB2, scalability issues mean intensive up-front planning and heavy up-front spending.
Leveraging the InfiniBand standard, Voltaire solutions offer improved performance, utilization and scalability across compute clusters, storage and IP networks.
We believe that the Cisco 7600 offers the advanced functionality and extensive scalability expected from a carrier-class edge routing platform.
Listening to our customers and channel partners, it was very clear that additional scalability was essential in order to accelerate adoption of our Platform in the enterprise.
Before purchasing such an infrastructure product, service providers should review benchmarking results to substantiate vendor claims of carrier-class scalability and reliability.
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