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uninterruptable

Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of uninterruptible.

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Examples

  • While most data centers use massive centralized machines called uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) as a back-up in case of power failure, Google's server-mounted back-up UPS batteries have proven to be much more efficient -- so much so that Google has reached efficiency levels that the EPA doesn't picture as being practical until 2011.

    Fast Company

  • While most data centers use massive centralized machines called uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) as a back-up in case of power failure, Google's server-mounted back-up UPS batteries have proven to be much more efficient -- so much so that Google has reached efficiency levels that the EPA doesn't picture as being practical until 2011.

    Fast Company

  • I always think about adding more to my "uninterruptable" rotation...when I'm uninterruptable.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • I always think about adding more to my "uninterruptable" rotation...when I'm uninterruptable.

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  • I always think about adding more to my "uninterruptable" rotation...when I'm uninterruptable.

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  • I always think about adding more to my "uninterruptable" rotation...when I'm uninterruptable.

    06/04

  • I always think about adding more to my "uninterruptable" rotation...when I'm uninterruptable.

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  • And allowing any website that wants a faster, uninterruptable connection to its users to buy it at posted prices would lead to a new wave of broadband innovation -- telemedicine and remote education, live sports and entertainment events, on-line gaming and exploration.

    Everett Ehrlich: Why Liberals Should Think Twice About Net Neutrality

  • And allowing any website that wants a faster, uninterruptable connection to its users to buy it at posted prices would lead to a new wave of broadband innovation -- telemedicine and remote education, live sports and entertainment events, on-line gaming and exploration.

    Everett Ehrlich: Why Liberals Should Think Twice About Net Neutrality

  • Chloride, the uninterruptable power supply specialist, went to Emerson of the US for £997m, following a tussle with Swiss rival ABB.

    Sold: a decade of UK infastructure assets changing hands

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