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downtime

Instrumentation The amount of time a device is nonoperational, due to failure, malfunction, servicing needs, or shutdown. See Crash, Mean time between failure.

down·time

(down'tīm)
As used in emergency medical service parlance, temporal duration from cardiac arrest until beginning of cardiopulmonary resuscitation or advanced cardiac life support.

down·time

(down'tīm)
As used in emergency medical service parlance, temporal duration from cardiac arrest until beginning cardiopulmonary resuscitation or advanced cardiac life support.
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Taking a proactive approach to maintenance is the best way to reduce your company's risk of unplanned downtime. As Industry 4.0 develops and more connected sensors, digital twins and machine learning software are developed and implemented, downtime will reduce.
Planning for restoring data in the fastest and easiest way when a problem has arisen is essential if we are to avoid unnecessary downtime and loss of corporate revenue.
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The strategy should also include unplanned downtime in its considerations.
More than 25% of respondents experienced more than 8 hours of unplanned downtime in the past year.
The research shows that the main causes of data loss and systems downtime are the failure of internal IT systems and disruptions caused by malicious activity.
The investment-banking division of the British bank said that it has implemented network infrastructure automation firm, Infoblox's IP address management to reduce network downtime. According to Infoblox, its IPAM platform reduces network downtime by simplifying IP address management, increasing the reliability of domain name system (DNS) and IP address assignment (DHCP) services, and automating error-prone network infrastructure-related tasks.
Normally in the past, the top two silicon foundries set aside two to three days as downtime during Chinese New Year holidays for maintaining production equipment.
While some unplanned downtime results from weather or other disaster, most happens because of hardware or application failures, human errors and security violations.
According to Dunn & Bradstreet, 59% of Fortune 500 companies experience a minimum of 1.6 hours of downtime per week.