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future-proof

verb To design or build a product or system that anticipates factors and features that might be made obsolete by the next wave of technological advancements.
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"In response, we are creating high-quality living spaces, future-proofed through the use of the latest smart technologies."
Pure Storage's all-flash storage solutions provide forward thinking companies like Sime Darby with the foundation to build a future-proofed network and compute infrastructure that optimizes SAP solutions while paving the way to AI and IoT (Internet of Things).
If you set up a performance-based model properly, you are going to have the benefit of a future-proofed solution."
The judges added in a statement: "This work has very much improved patient accommodation and they have future-proofed it well as the rooms are adaptable depending on future needs.
So how can you keep the look of footage future-proofed? One strategy is to shoot nature footage, animals, and anything else that doesn't show humans.
The new transmitters are robust (IP65/67 wash down resistant), aesthetic clean line products offering enhanced technical features such as future-proofed system architecture and software, removable programmable backlit displays, and simplified programming via joystick.
"It is essential that the new prison is future-proofed and provides cost effective operational flexibility."
TEES Valley housebuilders are at the forefront of a new trend in "future-proofed" homes for the elderly as a new survey revealed 29% of Britons would pay up to pounds 10,000 extra to buy a house that had been specially adapted for their old age.
Using the Fluke Networks DTX 1800 testers, ADC will test to 500 MHz on a full 100 meters of cable showcasing the high-performance features that lead more enterprises to install CopperTen for future-proofed networks.
In short, the best future-proofed schools have the nicest, largest diameter, home-run (no junction boxes) conduit (pipes for wires) with wide sweeps (rounded corners) that leads from place to place.
Around 29 per cent of those questioned said they would be willing to pay a premium for a property that was future-proofed, according to DIY chain B&Q.