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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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Full network programmability for a network and its services needs to consider all the building blocks: how each piece of the network will evolve; how they will interface; and how they support the structure and business processes of an operator.
Participating OIF and ONF member companies recently united to showcase how carriers can leverage SDN to accelerate the adoption of OpenFlow and Transport SDN technologies that increase network programmability to support new dynamic services.
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The flexibility of our TC5640 in terms of programmability and integration illustrates how a mobile handset can be converted into a camera phone in a matter of days and we look forward to further design successes with Analog Devices in this critical and exciting market.
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