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infrastructure

1. The components of information technology, including computer hardware, software, networks, and peripheral devices that are used to connect and send signals to computers and users.
2. Those buildings, supplies, policies, procedures and other assets that support the human resources of an institution.
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This international summit will bring together attendees seeking knowledge of implementing and adopting HL7 standards with industry leaders who have expertise in building regional and national information infrastructure for sharing and facilitating data, as well as forwarding the use of electronic healthcare records (EHRs).
In 1999, InteQ expanded its business strategy to include a suite of remote infrastructure management service offerings, which enables customers to have the flexibility to selectively outsource a management solution that best meets their needs.
The first used Cisco Systems' 12000 Series Routers to feed 10 Gbps (STM-64c) traffic to Mintera's MI 4010S, which multiplexed the four STM-64c's up to 40 Gbps for transport across the existing infrastructure.
Our TLD customers will now be able to offer their end user communities an even more resilient network infrastructure with the performance and availability that only UltraDNS can provide.
Maintenance, application upgrades, physical changes to the infrastructure, data center migrations--they all reduce the time an application can be up and running.
The deployment of specialized, consistent, and standards-based IT infrastructures will provide the management discipline that ensures greater productivity of IT resources.
Enterprises would have the ability to quickly scale their IT infrastructure to meet changing business requirements, while focusing on their core business processes and areas of competency
Data Centers Need a True Service-Oriented Infrastructure
Network architects and storage professionals designing these next-generation infrastructures are looking to Storage Area Networks (SANs) to play a critical role in meeting these QoS demands as they create "content-centric" Internet Storage Networks (ISNs).
Such combinations enable customers to optimize their computing and storage infrastructures.
The infrastructures of even the most technically-advanced data centers have to support this reality.

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