from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being scaled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being scaled, in any sense of that word. Also spelled scaleable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being scaled; possible to scale
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"People in education want what are called the 'scalable' solutions - meaning your program can be scaled up to reach larger and larger numbers for less and less money per kid," says Chew, a former Microsoftie.
So, this will add significant resources with long-term scalable oil production to Statoil.
So they're typically leasing from you for the wireless backhaul purposes versus the - taking advantage perhaps of some of the longer-term scalable benefits they get from deploying their own fiber-to-your-buildings.
ParaScale competes with Amazon, NetApp, Islion, EMC and Sun Microsystems in what is generically referred to as the scalable network-attached storage business.
If a business idea is naturally protected by a high barrier to entry, here's the next important question: Is the idea scalable?
Buses are also more scalable, that is, when demand drops during non-peak times, vehicles can be returned to garages.
Ya-Qin Zhang would talk about a new video compression technique called scalable wavelet coding.
Instead his team focused on implementing a little-used software approach called scalable video coding.
Modern enterprise is built on the notion of scalable efficiency and scalable efficiency requires predictability.
A Compact, Interchangeable-Lens Camera With Training Wheels entry-level DSLR cameras aren't much more expensive than this model, the E-PL1's combination of smaller size, swappable lenses, pop-up flash, price, and features makes it a bit more exciting -- and more scalable, which isn't an adjective often used when folks describe a camera.