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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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Visual Networks' products increase application and network availability, optimize the use of bandwidth across the network, and reduce operating costs across traditional and IP-based infrastructures.
Dashboard enables eligible Verizon Business voice, IP and data customers to more efficiently manage their network resources through a single, real-time view of network alarms, trouble ticket status, network availability and service locations.
The new devices, the company's initial entries into the LAN, are components of Visual UpTime(R) Select(TM), a modular solution that provides in-depth, real-time and historical information that enables enterprises to intelligently manage network availability across the entire enterprise.
automates network planning, design, deployment and change management processes to increase network availability and improve security by preventing errors from being introduced during the design or change process.
NATS said it would benefit from improved network availability, reduced downtime, better security and improved data storage and retrieval.
z/OS 1.6 will contain many enhancements for integrating Java workloads in the z/OS environment, including support for zAAP, improved workload management for web serving applications and improved IP network availability capabilities.
With universal network availability among devices, classifications and rules for data management won't be bound by connectivity.
By providing "always available" access to business critical information, regardless of network availability, SQL Anywhere Studio ensures that construction managers work as effectively in the field as in their office.
It merges configuration management and security into a single network appliance to maximize network availability and enhance security.
FalconStor, a provider of storage infrastructure software, is considering integrating NIC Express for Linux into its IPStor product line to increase end-to-end network availability. FalconStor's IPStor product line provides a wide range of enterprise-class storage services, including storage virtualization, active-active fail over, capacity-on-demand, remote replication, mirroring, application-aware snapshots and zero-impact backup/restores across storage area networks and network attached storage systems.
Through this joint initiative, content providers will benefit from high availability via a managed multihoming service (which delivers simultaneous connectivity to the backbones of both companies), the development of inter-backbone service level agreements (including a 100% network availability performance objective for the multihomed access service), and a single point of customer contact for the pro vider's content delivery needs.
"Network availability is 99.7 percent, which is higher than the old network's availability of 99.6 percent."

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