Total Cost of Ownership

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Total Cost of Ownership

The all-in cost for purchasing and maintaining an asset. For example, the total cost of ownership of a house is not simply the purchase price, but also includes the cost of taxes, utility bills, perhaps the cost of replacing or repairing parts of the structure, and any other relevant costs incurred during the time one owns the house.
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WMNL, in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde (UStrath), is proposing an Advanced Pump Engineering for Severe Applications (APESA) EID to improve the total cost ownership of the GEHO slurry pump range.
The solutions will drive operational, technological implementation and support excellence at a very low Total Cost Ownership (TCO) for the Bank.
para]]AURO's OpenStack Public Cloud costs less to run while research indicates that running an OpenStack Private Cloud is 20% cheaper than commercial competitors, but total cost ownership (TCO) is higher in the long run[[/para]]
ARK-1550, Slim Fanless Box PC Saves Total Cost Ownership
This has led to the need to reduce the total cost ownership for local government information systems through the standardization of these systems.
Attendees were provided with an insight on the mechanics of intelligent archive exchange environment, scale email infrastructure, in addition to the reduction of total cost ownership while moving historical data to cost-effective platforms.
0, a suite of pre-deployment software configuration capabilities designed to reduce total cost ownership of desktop computers for systems administrators, desktop engineers, and corporate IT project teams.
When availability, efficiency and expanding according to business needs are essential, the Modulon DPH is the ideal UPS system to provide power protection and total cost ownership (TCO) savings.
Integrating antennas, base station units and RFs in one module, ZTE's Massive MIMO base station uses only one-third of the installation space of traditional systems, lowering operating costs and total cost ownership of operators.
Integrating antennas, base station units and RFs in one module, ZTE s Massive MIMO base station uses only one-third of the installation space of traditional systems, lowering operating costs and total cost ownership of operators.
Through their partnership, we are able to deliver real enhanced value to customers by keeping their information security, regulatory, business operations, total cost ownership and sustainability needs in mind.
Coupled with up-front hardware cost savings and a reduced overall total cost ownership, thin client solutions are becoming more popular for schools with tight budgets.