redundant system

redundant system

[ri′dən·dənt ‚sis·təm]
(engineering)
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Contract award notice: Formalization of the administrative contract of: project of a redundant system for the centralized command post of the fmb
Note that in the previous case we calculated the probability that the system would not fail over a given interval but in for the redundant system we work from the probability that components will fail to get the probability of system failure.
Should the primary module go off-line, power is seamlessly transferred to the redundant system.
Prepared data centers have every site completely backed up and running on a fully automated and redundant system, as well as a disaster recovery plan in place.
RainWall increases reliability and speed for these security enforcement points by clustering two or more servers together into a single redundant system.
A redundant system provides two identical devices for monitoring environmental factors like temperature, fan operation and power-supply status.