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Availability

The period in which the project financing is available for drawdown.

Availability

The state of funds deposited into an account that a customer is able to withdraw. This especially applies to check deposits, because funds deposited by check often do not become available for a certain number of days while the bank ensures that the check is valid. Under the Expedited Funds Availability Act of 1987, banks in the United States must grant availability to funds within a certain number of days. See also: Check hold.
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IP Metrics' flagship product, NIC Express, provides end-to-end network availability for numerous financial institutions, multi-nationals, and government and military agencies.
Our goal with this service is to empower them with strong data and recommendations to support informed business decisions regarding network availability.
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Based upon the remote office Access Node architecture, the Access Node router-hub cost-effectively connects workgroups or small remote offices to the enterprise internetwork, while ensuring network availability and minimizing network operating costs," stated Gary Bowen, executive vice president, worldwide field operations and marketing, at Bay Networks.
Enjoying extreme network availability cost-effectively is a top priority for all businesses today.
NSU is taking the step of deploying next-generation intrusion prevention and behavior analysis systems to ensure a high level of network availability is maintained for students, faculty and guests who rely on our infrastructure," said Jimmy Norton, manager of network operations at NSU.
Customers choose CentrePath because they are an innovative company with management technology that improves service and network availability," said Dave LeBeau, CEO, ComBrio, Inc.
The net result is that customers realize significant improvements in service, application and network availability while reducing ongoing management costs.

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