Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variety of poker in which no player can bet more than he has on the table in front of him when the cards are dealt, the betting limit of the game being what is on the board in fror.t of the better.
“To begin with, according to our research, they all share what we might describe as a basic "table-stakes" set of innovation capabilities:”
“Also, in that early Yukon day, no one dreamed of playing table-stakes.”
“Mr. Harley would oppose poker in its usual form and argue for table-stakes -- five thousand dollars a corner.”
“VOD has become a table-stakes service that all cable operators need to offer," said Joe Matarese, vice president and general manager of Arris's On”
“Multitasking isn't there either, which for some is a table-stakes item for any computing device, but the new version of the iPhone OS, 4.0, will fix that when the upgrade becomes available for iPad this fall.”
“Specifically, I am not convinced anyone can make a case that we have solutions today that comprehensively address two concepts that will become mere table-stakes in the PaaS play space.”
“While there is nothing wrong with delivering reliable services, in today's rapidly evolving cloud computing environment, reliability is quickly becoming table-stakes.”
“Features such as network resiliency and redundancy to keep networks up and traffic moving are now table-stakes as a fundamental part of any network equipment selection process, so parameters associated with end-to-end quality of service (QoS) and application performance across the network should now be considered.”
“SINGING about the features that are table-stakes for an Internet / phone / TV provider.”
“Enterprise: SAS 70-II, granular access controls and dedicated firewall functionality are table-stakes requirements.”
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