Ramp Up


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Ramp Up

Informal; to increase operations in anticipation of increased demand. For example, a toy store may ramp up its operations by buying more toys from its wholesaler immediately before the Christmas season.
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Our close relations with leading customers, constantly focusing on their future needs, coupled with our proven capability to support steep ramp ups, are clearly paying off.
Anil Reddi, director of Porsche India, said, 'With the appointment of six dealers in less than four months, I am pleased to say that this has been one of the fastest business ramp ups in the luxury automotive sector.
This makes this VoIP project one of the most successful commercial ramp ups in the industry, with exceptionally fast time to revenue for France Telecom.
The high prices (many sets exceed $5,000) combined with limited programming options is expected to make this one of the slowest ramp ups in history.
These integration activities will run concurrently with significant production ramp ups to meet customer demand that continues to rise off cyclical lows in 2009.
While North America posted positive growth, ramp ups from recent large outsourcing wins continue to drive growth in UK and Continental Europe.
Broadcom benefited from its ramp ups at Nokia and Samsung in the second half of 2010.