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overprovisioned

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overprovision.

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Examples

  • MOVE further enables network rightsizing for mobility, allowing access networks to be built at a fraction of the cost of traditionally overprovisioned and undersubscribed Ethernet-switch based access networks.

  • "The cooling solutions are also overprovisioned," Ghose said.

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  • By precisely identifying power requirements for each server and setting a limit based on that usage, customers can reclaim overprovisioned energy to improve data center capacity.

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  • Inventory management is more difficult and utilization rates suffer from "orphaned" or overprovisioned VMs -- both signs of VM sprawl.

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  • The days of overprovisioned, underutilized storage resources might soon become a thing of the past.

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  • CA is leveraging the fact that the existing approach to systems management is an overprovisioned model, Matt Shanahan, senior vice president with AdmitOne Security, told TechNewsWorld.

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  • As a result, companies reclaim their overprovisioned energy to improve the capacity of their data center.

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