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programmability

 [pro-gram″ah-bil´ĭ-te]
in cardiac pacing terminology, the quality in an implanted pacemaker by which it can be changed in mode (such as rate, impulse, or amplitude) by noninvasive means.
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Accelerate Storage, Big Data and AI with Best-in-Class RDMA ConnectX-6 Dx and BlueField-2 provide unparalleled RDMA performance over Ethernet and InfiniBand with enhanced programmability and robustness, for accelerating the most demanding workloads at extreme scale.
Combining the power of open programmability and disaggregation, Juniper streamlines network diagnostics, automates complex workflows and optimizes network infrastructure operation.
As orchestration will also be used for provisioning connectivity services to mission-critical applications, mobile networks need to support QoS programmability.
To address these challenges and herald the next generation of routing for the coming wave of 5G, IoT and business services, Juniper designed its MX Series 5G Universal Routing platform with new silicon for near-infinite feature programmability, as well as open hardware-accelerated 5G Control and User Plane Separation (CUPS) for unparalleled performance, scale and freedom of choice, with additions to its universal chassis designed for operational simplicity, improved economics and increased agility.
The 8180 Coherent Networking Platform is a high-density stackable packet aggregation switch that combines the density, openness, and programmability of a data center switch with the industry-leading capacity and embedded optical intelligence of Ciena's WaveLogic coherent optics.
- Self-Service Programmability: New TOSCA-based service templates equip providers with DevOps' style self- service programmability of resources (physical, virtual, or cross-domain) for creating, deploying, or enhancing services.
SDN solutions provide features such as direct programmability of network control, increasesthe agility of the network to adjust to the traffic flow, permitsthe entire network to be managed through a single interface, helps simplify network designs and operations, reduction in capital expenditure &operational expenditure, and simultaneously enables organizations to innovate new types of services, applications, and business models.
The A1334, with its onboard digital signal processing functions and EEPROM for factory and customer programmability, is designed specifically for on-axis/end-of-shaft applications that require ultra-fast output refresh rates and low signal-path latency.
The new degrees of software programmability enable Integra to go beyond traditional offerings by tailoring its services, such as diverse path protection in addition to low latency, for datacenter, enterprise, government and wholesale carrier application demands.
This Swiss army knife approach to personalization through programmability helps ensure lower cost and more flexible capabilities that seamlessly integrate into a network operations framework.
The DNF-4-1G FLATRACK is a highly integrated, low-profile DAQ I/O engine that accommodates a growing need for greater system programmability, functional versatility, and scalable deployments.
Microchip announced seven UCH2 ICs across three families that provide programmability, enabling the developers of PCs and mobile devices to configure their designs without external memory.
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