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Future Proof

Slang; describing anything unlikely to become obsolete. For example, paper could be considered future proof because it will be a needed office supply regardless of what new technology develops. This concept is the opposite of planned obsolescence.
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Esh Group has formed a joint venture with Swedish company Sodra, owners of the Trivselhus brand, to create the Future Proof Home.
We consider Future Proof Software a strategic alliance to help us further penetrate the European market.
FibreSpan provides the foundations for a long term future proof high bandwidth solution, leveraging its patent pending microduct technology to deploy dark fibre significantly faster and at a lower cost than traditional deployment methods.
The Future Proof terminal is a one-stop solution for merchants to keep accepting today's forms of payment and prepare for new consumer payment preferences on the horizon.
The Future Proof Home has the potential to be run at zero-energy costs, and is expected to be viewed by more than 250,000 people during the 17 days of the show, which starts at London's Olympia on March 20.
By combining its expertise in Flash RAM designs and raid array configurations, L's design makes use of mass produced high-performance OEM memory chips and combines them in a small-form factor in packages of 4 raid interconnections, producing a storage solution ahead of the competition as future proof solution to any single chip memory card design.
The Blueslice 3000 Series includes the ngHLR 3000(TM), a scalable and feature-rich Home Location Register enabling mobility in 2G mobile networks, and the HSS 3000(TM), a dual mode HLR/HSS (Home Subscriber Server) for future proof 3G IMS networks.
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