concurrent conversion

concurrent conversion

[kən′kər·ənt kən′vər·zhən]
(computer science)
The transfer of data from one medium to another, such as card to tape, under computer control while programs are being run on the same computer.
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Concurrent conversion projects should be stopped at health insurance companies.
VMware Converter provides a centralized management interface to enable remote concurrent conversion of many physical servers or virtual machines simultaneously for virtualization projects of varying sizes.
The VMware Converter Enterprise edition enables multiple concurrent conversions and is available at no additional cost to VMware customers who have current support and subscription contracts for VMware VirtualCenter Management Server.
The offering is expected to close, and the Company's concurrent conversion from a mutual insurance holding company to a stock corporation is expected to take effect on February 5, 2007.
The two projects involved concurrent conversion of the SynXis RedX platform to an Oracle database management system and the migration to a new data center.
On a pro forma basis, had the IPO and concurrent conversion of preferred shares been completed at the beginning of the quarter, the company would have had 115.
50 per unit this past June and the concurrent conversion of preferred stock and other interests.
We have already completed several successful concurrent conversion and year 2000 mitigation projects, including Johns Hopkins University and Illinois Power," he added.
Earnings per share reflect the impact of the Company's public and private equity offerings and the concurrent conversion of the Company's previously issued Series A and B Preferred shares into Common shares, which occurred at the end of the second quarter of fiscal 1995.
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