scheduled downtime


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scheduled downtime

Informatics A planned, suspension of one or more computer functions to perform maintainance or enhance system operations. Cf Extended downtime.
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Most companies know that scheduled downtime, like vacation and holidays, costs money, and they figure it into their labor burden.
Other requirements that ultimately drive the wireless infrastructure design are: range of coverage, individual application throughput needs, security, RF interference, number of simultaneous users and scheduled downtime.
The company said it had scheduled downtime during the second quarter at several manufacturing facilities to control inventories.
Abandonment rate 15% 1st-level support call % 70% 2nd-level support call % 30% System/Network Support: Percent of system availability 99.9% Percent of scheduled downtime 1-2 hrs/wk Application/services availability 95% Response time to access network resources 30 seconds Network throughput of LAN/WAN 10 MBps Service utilization (bandwidth degradation 85% [less than]15%)
Avoid scheduled downtime that compromises continuous operation of the system.
This has relieved pressure particularly on maintenance crews working during scheduled downtime.
This was based on the initial estimates made by the utility firm, primarily as its contracted plants Santa Rita and San Lorenzo facilities shifted to liquid fuels starting March 15 with the scheduled downtime of the gas facility.
Institutional clients with direct interface who anticipate a need to access their data during this maintenance period are asked to contact their systems support desk within 48 hours of the scheduled downtime. Accommodations will be made to ensure seamless operations for their clients.
The automaker said, 'We have strategically built Chevrolet Malibu stock levels based on scheduled downtime and a strengthening vehicle market.
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