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mission critical

adjective Referring to that which is central to the core function of an enterprise.
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During the week-long plugtest Motorola Solutions participated in testing for the 3GPP Release 14 Mission-Critical Push-To-Talk (MCPTT) and Mission-Critical Data (MCDATA) protocols, which build the foundation of its standardized WAVE Broadband Push-To-Talk (PTT) platform.
One of the areas Airbus will closely look at during the plug test in June 2018 is how its application Tactilon Agnet will work with Mission-Critical Push to Talk and Mission-Critical Data solutions (the safe transmission of messages, pictures and videos, but not in real-time).
NYMBUS SmartCore is a holistic core banking platform that unifies all the required mission-critical banking functions in one system with one single sign-on and data set.
But this situation belies the importance of mission-critical telecoms services - and the rapid developments taking place in this important niche part of the telecoms industry.
Since 1995, NEC and HP have been strategic alliance partners, focused on NEC's role as a provider of large-scale, mission-critical enterprise IT systems built on HP's Unix-based operating system, HP-UX.
With the availability of "DragonHawk," clients will be able to run mission-critical workloads on HP-UX on Intel Itanium(R)-based blades while simultaneously running workloads on Microsoft Windows or Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Intel Xeon-based blades in the same Superdome 2 enclosure.
This kind of automation and incident tracking across environments simplifies the management of mission-critical systems while increasing the reliability of technology, so customers can spend less time on unplanned incidents and more time on innovative technology projects.
Microsoft estimates that there are 400 million users of its Office suite, which includes the now-dominant Excel spreadsheet program, and its use in the organization has become more entrenched and mission-critical. So with spreadsheets as one of the most likely points of failure in Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, how does the organization ensure their accuracy?
Continuity of mission-critical infrastructure and applications is one of the biggest challenges they face, and the number one mission-critical application is email.
CIOs must be prepared to balance such issues, ultimately providing end-to-end application availability, especially for mission-critical systems.
When dealing with mission-critical applications as a host provider, every second of application performance for the end-user will maximize their value.

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