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migration path

A series of conversion steps that allow an organization to evolve smoothly to newer hardware and software in order to keep pace with changing technology. See migration.
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Their migration path is a thread that links billions of people, living in 22 countries across four continents, together in the EAAF," says Amellia.
Answer questions about a map showing the migration paths of monarchs in the United States.
The easy migration path provided by the 40/100G technology is allowing customers greater flexibility to achieve higher speeds in zero downtime."
It notes that software-only upgrades are possible "depending on upgrade migration path," but it stresses that upgrades may require processor hardware replacement to be most effective.
ITV's Tonight programme found British waste, including children's report cards and a St George's flag, buried in farmland wells near the migration path of wild elephants in the state of Tamil Nadu.
ITV's Tonight programme found British waste buried in farmland wells near the migration path of wild elephants in the state of Tamil Nadu.
And, they need an easy migration path to new OS and hardware platforms.
It seamlessly manages all other NiceVision solutions so users can manage hybrid architectures with a migration path to full IP architecture.
Emerson Process Management announced upgrade CPUs that provide a migration path from the installed base of Bristol[R] Network 3000 RTUs to the company's Bristol ControlWave[R] remote automation system.
The steering committee establishes the organizational vision, devises the migration path, and oversees the implementation of the plan.
Defra said the experts thought the swans' migration path had passed from Slovenia to Italy and was not currently heading to the UK.
"What [customers are] worried about--if they're worried--is what the migration path's going to be," especially customers who recently deployed PeopleSoft Enterprise applications, says Ray Wang, a senior analyst at Forrester Research.

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