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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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Apache Pulsar was designed from the start to deliver leading performance and scalability, said Matteo Merli, co-founder of Streamlio.
Original or the spatially decimated video is presented for motion compensation, intra prediction and base layer coding using H.264/AVC compatible encoder to generate a bit stream with spatial and temporal scalability. Quality scalability can be added to this bit stream using fidelity scalable coding block.
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Key features in Eucalyptus 2.0 include High Scalability with Eucalyptus employing a software design in which scalability is achieved at two levels: front-end, transactional scalability and back-end, resource scalability.
However, applications with a large number of simultaneous users are more prone to downtime or scalability issues.
First-generation out-of-band solutions looked to resolve the scalability of their in-band competitors.
SAS and Intel have optimized the SAS Enterprise BI Server to take full advantage of the power, scalability and reliability of the newest Intel server platforms.
"In our efforts to serve more than 1,000 researchers throughout the DoD, we needed a supercomputer with industry-leading capability, scalability, production quality, ease of use, and the ability to handle massive amounts of data," said Steve Wourms, deputy director for the center's advanced computational analysis directorate.
One of the issues related to Linux has been its scalability from the point of its memory structure.
"By meeting these requirements we validated the MTA system's high performance and we also demonstrated excellent scalability," said Koblenz.
It does best on scalability and reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS).
Scalability is a common objective in the design of multiprocessors, judging by the number of parallel machine architectures touted as "scalable" or "large-scale." Such claims to scalability are hard to refute (or prove) because scalability has no commonly accepted, precise definition.