proof of concept


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proof of concept

The evidence that a product, technology or an information system is viable and capable of solving an organization's particular problem. A proof of concept is often developed for new products that have not yet come to market. See proof-of-concept virus.
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The Cat R1300G proof of concept does not represent a final design that will go to market.
Alongside the 5G Proof of Concept Network at Aachen will be the Ericsson Garage which will be a critical hub for the 5G for Germany program.
The Proof of Concept operating data was provided by Danieli S.
The proof of concept called for the expeditionary units ashore to requisition a pallet of sustainment from the Sea Base, which ultimately the supporting CLF ship would provide.
Tony Hume, engineering director for Creactive Design, said: "The Proof of Concept Fund has been excellent.
Tom Blount, from the Advantage Proof of Concept Fund, said: "The Proof of Concept Fund gets money directly into the hands of the innovative businesses which are going to drive the UK economy in the next 10 years.
The Proof of Concept Programme helps plug the gap between academic research and full commercialisation, and the Braveheart cash is set to take this assistance one stage further, supporting the creation of innovative new companies.
If a drug is expected to have activity against multi-drug-resistant virus, then the proof of concept study should determine the activity in the patients mostly likely to use the drug, ie treatment-experienced patients.
Upon completing the Proof of Concept, the results will clearly indicate whether active archiving meets all the criteria and provides needed capabilities.
In addition to this proof of concept with a particular telecom, Sahara is also actively engaging with other telecom providers in West Africa.