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Michael Cancelliere, president, Truck and Parts, said, 'Our customers are all laser-focused on uptime, uptime and more uptime - and so are we.
Mack Certified Uptime Centers feature uptime bays reserved specifically for trucks with service and repair tasks requiring less than four hours of work.
The UpTime Cloud suite of products includes Iridium satellite communications with FLYHTMail and FLYHTVoice; real-time flight tracking with FLYHTLog and FLYHTASD (aircraft situational display); aircraft health monitoring with FLYHTHealth(TM); along with fuel management, FLYHTFuel and real-time flight data recorder streaming, FLYHTStream.
com/2017/03/13/googles-uptime-ios-app/) MacRumors , Uptime serves as a social hub for regular YouTube viewers.
The TIA-942 committee borrowed heavily from the Uptime Institute''s Tier Classification System when developing its standards.
Vincent Renaud, who leads the Uptime Institute Tier Certification Team, said, "Tier III Facility Certification is only successful with a diligent owner and world-class delivery by the project team throughout the construction and commissioning.
Although Linux servers rate well in terms of their reliability, they are increasingly being adopted for enterprise workloads, where uptime is critical for business success.
Building on Visual UpTime's existing IP Class of Service (CoS) validation capability, which provides real-time visibility into traffic classification and throughput for each traffic class, this version of Visual UpTime allows carriers to offer and validate IP service level agreements (SLAs) on a per CoS basis.
To ensure maximum uptime and utmost data accessibility of these applications, SteelEye's LifeKeeper for Linux high availability clustering software monitors database, server, network and application health, maintains client connectivity, and provides continuous data access, regardless of where the clients reside -- on the Internet, corporate intranet, or extranet.
Traditionally, proprietary fault-tolerant systems have been used to implement optimal uptime solutions, but rapidly growing and more open Internet infrastructures are being deployed on clustered Unix and Windows/NT servers.
The plant's JIT schedules revolve around a 95% uptime requirement and a single delivery each day to a distribution center at the Clinton plant.