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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TM) technology, that in combination with CCSI's cooling technology can result in even greater total cost of ownership savings by reducing both maintenance and air conditioning expense.
This allows our customers to use a single platform and management system for Enterprise, Access, Metro, and Regional applications, simplifying their networks and reducing their total cost of ownership.
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IT departments are looking to open source at all levels of the stack to reduce total cost of ownership," said John Newton, chief technology officer, Alfresco.
We're pleased that CYGCOM and Aculab are working together to provide opportunities for customers to reduce their total cost of ownership while at the same time maximizing the benefits of Microsoft Speech Server," said Piyush Dogra, Director of Strategic Alliances at Microsoft.
The technology is being adopted world wide in enterprise datacenters to increase server utilization, support server consolidation, and reduce total cost of ownership.
Without having to rely on branch office IT support to deploy PacketShapers, we're driving down our total cost of ownership significantly.
The release equips service providers with new features that further enhance VOD reliability, performance, and scalability while lowering the total cost of ownership and providing a foundation for tomorrow's Television On-Demand (TOD) applications.
In fact, implementing HP CCI can lead to a potential 50 percent reduction in the total cost of ownership over the typical four-year lifecycle of traditional desktop PCs, according to company estimates.
This joint development supports and builds upon our established mission to deliver management solutions that lower total cost of ownership and maximize business value.
Nexus Software, a provider of multi-channel client middleware for financial services delivery, announced the availability of Nexus Distributed Client (DC) middleware, which provides enhanced flexibility, architectural choice and lower total cost of ownership for financial institutions.