mean time to repair


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mean time to repair

[′mēn ′tīm tə ri′per]
(engineering)
A measure of reliability of a piece of repairable equipment, giving the average time between repairs.

mean time to repair (MTTR)

The average time required to repair a particular piece of equipment.
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With remote monitoring and automated control of cell sites, wireless service providers can cut mean time to repair (MTTR) in half.
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Decreasing mean time to repair (MTTR), potentially from hours or days to just minutes
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Qualtech Systems' customers have consistently achieved higher customer satisfaction and improved profitability by optimizing field service operational metrics such as lead time to act, mean time to repair, first time fix rate, spares consumption rate and work force training costs.
Reduced mean time to repair (MTTR) for critical network components
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The iGLASS monitoring solution encompasses network elements from the digital head-end to the customer premises equipment in order to help cable operators reduce their Mean Time to Repair (MTTR), decrease customer churn, and increase revenue.
By proactively monitoring CPE and including it in the service SLA, Netifice provides customers with unparalleled troubleshooting capabilities in times of outages which drastically reduces mean time to repair.