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enable

[ə′nā·bəl]
(computer science)
To authorize an activity which would otherwise be suppressed, such as to write on a tape.
To turn on a computer system or a piece of equipment.
(electronics)
To initiate the operation of a device or circuit by applying a trigger signal or pulse.

enable

To turn on; activate. See disabled for details.
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Also, the Enabler HS 3001 is expected to roll out in Novatel Wireless' mobile tracking, asset tracking and telemetry portfolio of integrated platforms in the future, and will be part of the joint offering to Sprint's M2M customers under the Sprint Open-Network-Execution (ONE) approach.
Interestingly, one could argue that implementing a SOC stands a greater chance of success in a deployed setting since expeditionary operations tend to provide the crisis moments needed to unify strategic enablers and thereby gain benefit from proximity.
Enterprise Enabler Virtuoso is a trademark of Stone Bond Technologies, L.
Micmac is a method where the importance of the enabler is expected to be measured less by their direct relationships and much more by its many indirect relationships.
Team Enabler was extraordinarily successful at making connections with local citizens that sometimes the more kinetically oriented combat forces were unable to make.
The final key enabler is documentation through minutes and memoranda signed at an appropriately senior level to ensure the agreement holds over the life of the process, since there will invariably be changes in leadership.
A growing range of increasingly sophisticated enablers on offer
Each test fest now tests as many as 10 of the OMA's enablers, a significant growth in the scale and scope of testing performed at each event.
Enterprise Enabler enhances the capability of dashboards, business intelligence, analytics and SharePoint through standard ADO.
Khalil Arshak founded and heads the Microelectronics and Semiconductors Research Center that will be using the Nano eNabler technology.
The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), an international specifications setting body, announces the public availability of six new Enabler Releases.
Worldwide Computer Products News-19 February 2003-Amdocs Enabler 4.