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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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Only the West even approached this improvement as strong leasing and few givebacks brought about 232,750 SF of positive absorption, a 28% decline in availability to 594,460 SF and a five percentage point chasm in the availability rate to 13.
As you can see, one size of a solution, especially in cross-platform scenarios, does not fit all; and it is clear that in between the two extremes of the top-right and bottom-left of the Availability Continuum there are many, many variations of solutions.
The results of the Unisys availability study are impressive," said Richard Dracott, general manager, Enterprise Marketing and Planning for Intel's Enterprise Platforms Group.
SteelEye LifeKeeper for mySAP Business Suite is built upon the same proven technology that today enables High Availability and fault-resilience in over 2,400 implementations of SteelEye LifeKeeper worldwide, across Intel-based Linux and Windows platforms.
Marathon's everRun line of high availability products protects Microsoft Windows applications from unplanned downtime while eliminating the need for costly and complex failover processes, specialized applications, or proprietary server hardware.
This highly scalable connection scheme enables enterprise-level topologies that easily support multi-node clustering for automatic failover availability.
RainWall for High Availability Platform is available today with RainWall and RainConnect 3.
Does anyone know what the availability index (how many nines) your power source actually delivers and what it should become over the years ahead to meet the demand of your IT technologies and facilities?
Voyence's new Geo-Diverse High Availability solution offers organizations added assurance to support more stringent compliance and IT governance policies by automating the process of transmitting device configurations to help sustain the network for superior service continuity.
The White Plains CBD's availability rate, consequently, fell nearly six percentage points from last September to 24.
With this solution from IBM and GoAhead, equipment providers can ensure carrier grade availability without the burden of integration.
The district absorbed 17,503 square feet and had the lowest availability rate, 6 percent, which is significantly lower than the county-wide average of 16.