bleeding edge


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bleeding edge

A pun on "leading edge." It implies that using the latest technology is often risky because it has not been tested with enough users and may not perform as expected. Introducing an advanced product or service is also risky because the user community may not be ready for it or really want it. See leading edge and pushing the envelope.
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Apparently, the video is a filmed footage of a confidential video of the "Bleeding Edge" game.
That question isn't raised or resolved in "The Bleeding Edge."
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A MULTI-million-pound research and development centre will allow businesses in the North East to explore the "bleeding edge" of technology and make the region a centre for virtual reality when it opens this summer.
"I'm really proud of the team we've built and am very excited about the future of the company where we will continue to work on bleeding edge technologies that will help the UK become a world leader in connected and autonomous vehicles."
That's the plot hook of The Bleeding Edge, a film from the Canadian director Leon Lee.
"Viptela's platform is bleeding edge technology," said Saad Waraich Chief Technology and Information Officer at PTCL, "but what also excites us is that it allows us to dramatically improve time to new services.
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Global experts from companies on the bleeding edge of software defined technologies like Viptela, Plumgrid and Luminus talked to a packed house about advances in Software Defined Networking, Software Defined Wide Area Networking and Network Function Virtualization and how companies globally are using them to become more efficient and agile.
However, to be at the bleeding edge of Technology is vital to survive and endure in this competitive market.
They're on the bleeding edge to see where things are headed so they can stake a claim on the frontier before the competition arrives.