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intelligent

(of computerized functions) able to modify action in the light of ongoing events
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This open information sharing enables service providers to utilize the E-series in a network leveraging best-of-bread solutions to intelligently and dynamically apply Quality of Service (QoS), and subscriber related policies from the edge to the IP core.
7 introduces a variety of new capabilities including sequential questioning, an innovative new technique that intelligently guides the consumer through a question and answer process during authentication.
Attensa AttentionStream(TM) RSS Reader Eliminates Information Overload by Intelligently Prioritizing RSS Feeds and Articles
ALP's unique functionality eliminates application overload, intelligently schedules and prioritizes delivery requests, and monitors and reports on application performance across all tiers.
Crescendo reduces this inherent latency by intelligently managing and optimizing the application flow between all logical tiers, allowing applications to reach performance levels unmatched by any other solution.
ALP eliminates this latency by intelligently monitoring, queuing and scheduling application requests end-to-end across all tiers," continued Shoolman.
Apptera's v-Business Solutions are specifically designed to help businesses intelligently automate and personalize each customer service interaction.
The BIG-IP Link Controller seamlessly monitors availability and performance of multiple WAN ISP (Internet Service Provider) connections by intelligently managing two-way traffic flow to a site, providing fault tolerant and optimized Internet access.
The result is the industry's first MPLS CoS enabled network that is able to intelligently react in real-time to application, customer, and network events based on business level policies expressed in service contracts to customers.
The Nuasis software automatically detects an interruption in a call and intelligently redirects the call to the next available agent with the best skills to handle the call.
com)-- Yosh Beier, co-founder and managing partner of Lead Intelligently, announced that the firm is offering customized leadership coaching options for entrepreneurs, emerging and mid-career leaders.
So in 1999, Longoria, a jazz musician who lives in Sherman Oaks and has recorded with pop star CeCe Peniston, set up Living Intelligently for Today, a concert-driven nonprofit organization that promotes a positive and drug-free lifestyle for young people.