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Related to keep pace with: low profile, plug away, stay off, keep in check, keep abreast of, called off
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The new system has increased sand reclamation to the point that it can keep pace with furnace design melt capacity.
The ability to keep pace with your changing needs; and
The "Technologies for Facilities Management" textbook helps facility managers keep pace with the changes in technology, as well as updates them about the impact of technology on building occupants.
These advances will become mandatory as native drive capacities should exceed 1,000GB or ITB in five years, while the raw performance of disk drives will not be able to keep pace with the capacity growth.
Historically, low interest rates have been a boon for the housing market, but the supply of homes falls far short of the number needed to keep pace with demand.
Regardless of the storage topology they choose, to keep pace with their rapidly changing storage requirements, companies need a new, more flexible storage architecture that addresses scalability in multiple dimensions.
Firms must be able to adapt their organizational structures to keep pace with shifts in the economic, regulatory and legal environments in which they are currently operating.
Numara FootPrints Empowers Organization's Help Desk to Keep Pace with Worldwide Operations
VA health care funding has failed to keep pace with medical inflation and the changing needs of the veteran population.
LSM Labs, a developer of molding liquid silicone rubber, has increased its manufacturing capacity to keep pace with steady growth in production.
The limitation is not opportunity, but our ability to keep pace with negotiations.
Flexibility: Make sure that the service provider has the range of services and responsiveness to keep pace with your changing business priorities.