cutover


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cutover

[′kət‚ō·vər]
(engineering)
To place equipment in active use.
The time when testing of equipment is completed and regular usage begins.

cutover

(communications, networking)
/cut-ov*/ Switching from an old (hardware and/or software) system to a replacement system, covering the overlap from when the new system is live until the old system has been shut down.
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In winter the average home range contained a substantially higher proportion of Cutover and a lower proportion of Conifer and Other cover types than was available in the study area (Fig.
The SabreSonic CSS cutover team reworked the business processes, rewired all of the links into the airline's operation and back office systems, and transferred all of the network connections, before doing a final check to ensure the system was ready to go live.
Summary: Etihad Airways' 'Big Switch' to its new Sabre Airline Solutions 'SabreSonic' Customer Sales and Service (CSS) system has been successfully completed with minimal operational disruption across the airline's global flight network during the cutover period.
The biggest challenge with a hot cutover migration is maintaining the production process during the disconnect and replacement of the DCS.
The 'big switch' started at 11pm (UAE time) on February 22 and the main cutover was completed for start of business (UAE time) on February 24, with the SabreSonic CSS fully implemented and all sales channels, web and check-in systems back online by mid-afternoon.
Lufthansa Systems today announced that the introduction of its revenue management tool Sirax AirFinance Platform at ANA has been completed with a successful cutover.
In one cutover that I was part of, about 75 originators said they would resign if the system were implemented.
During the first quarter of 2009, we completed an unprecedented cutover to our new systems for the northern New England operations," stated Gene Johnson, Chairman and CEO of FairPoint.
She said FairPoint has hired some 420 people in New Hampshire, but added that she can't "speculate on how many more will be added prior to the cutover.
Detailed are the stories of harvesting, transporting and processing pine logs, the fires that imperiled Michigan settlers, and how an abandoned, cutover, burned out wilderness has been converted once again into highly productive and protected public lands that today are one of Michigan's greatest assets for continued economic development and a rising quality of life for its citizens.
uses a cutover with a serrated knife that comes up out of a long slot in the lay-on drum and shoots sideways, making a clean cut.