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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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Currently, the telecom industry does not have a complete set of technical specifications for network planning and design, cutover and verification, as well as O&M supporting teams.
Powerful Automated Cutover Feature Provides Easy Migration Path to IP by Eliminating Network Downtime
Browse management to reduce use of recently reforested cutovers may be a means of limiting use of these areas by moose.
Of course, hunting for a big buck in a cutover area is another matter completely.
With LNP capabilities now in place, GST has also successfully migrated its largest volume of local phone numbers within a 24-hour period with the cutover of Travis Air Force base onto its network.
The fate of different tree species and the pattern of stand development were inferred from comparing stands on cutovers of different ages, for which a set of different-age cutovers were selected.
The successful cutover in Louisiana continues our schedule of implementing the GMH 2000 in BellSouth's markets," said Raju Patel, HNS senior vice president and general manager for wireless networks.
This feature is useful for recalling different versions of content as they have existed over time, for providing a consistent view of the contentbase within a user session, for cutovers between test and production systems, and for record-tracking and compliance applications.
Preservation and improvement of the forage base in the cutovers stimulated the growth of the population.
All cutovers involve duplication of data in The Planet's data center.