leverage

(redirected from leverages)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.

lev·er·age

(lev'ĕr-ăj),
1. The actual lift or elevating direction of a lever or elevator.
2. The mechanical advantage gained thereby.

lev·er·age

(lev'ĕr-ăj)
Actual lift or elevating direction of a lever or elevator.
References in periodicals archive ?
A common element in all of these settings is that if the regulator can attach conditions to the exercise of its gatekeeping authority, it can leverage outcomes that it might not be able to impose directly or could only accomplish at a much higher cost.
(2012) the sum of fixed cost to total costs and operating leverages are directly proportional.
Abstract Why did the conventional leverage indicators not pick up any meaningful signal of the mounting systemic risk before the subprime crisis?
These systems leverage an IT staff's existing knowledge of IP networks, a set of common building blocks, and storage automation to reduce complexity.
The acquisition worker is looking for the DAU experience to provide relevant know-how with the kind of context necessary to make faster, better-informed decisions and leverage the vast amount of knowledge that DAU--and DoD--embodies as a whole in documents, people, and processes.
"Rackable Systems' iSCSI target appliances leverage our proven, open architecture approach and unique back-to-back mounting design--and tightly integrate Wasabi Systems' Storage Builder iSCSI software to deliver a scalable, high-performance solution."
"This move extends our Unwired Enterprise strategy and positions Sybase to play a pioneering role in the next technology wave -- empowering users to easily leverage sophisticated enterprise and other information systems no matter what their level of technical expertise," said Terry Stepien, president of iAnywhere.
This opens the gateway for more companies and applications to leverage all the advantages of FPGAs from prototype through production at the lowest possible cost.
These chassis-bound architectures leverage mainframe-era designs to deliver reliability against unplanned downtime events.
Migration from direct attached storage to an iSCSI SAN is relatively simple since iSCSI leverages existing network and storage technologies.
"This alliance enables customers with storage infrastructures from Hitachi Data Systems to leverage the end-to-end storage management capabilities of our Cloudbreak Storage Operating System," stated Tom Isakovich, President and CEO of TrueSAN.
Serial-Attached SCSI will leverage the proven SCSI technologies that customers expect in data center environments, providing robust solutions and generational consistency.