average downtime

average downtime

An estimate of the length of time a leasehold property will remain on the market after the expiration of one lease term and before the commencement of a new tenant's lease.

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The industry average downtime for standard software downloads is 2.3 days, he said, and the total cost of a day of downtime is $1,000.
Given that the average downtime of an e-stop is 94 seconds while the average downtime of a cycle stop is 6 seconds, that's an error worth rectifying.
The experimental setup tests under both real and synthetic load conditions provide significant reduction in average downtime induced.
Some surveys report an average downtime cost of $421,000 per hour, and 23 percent have reported a greater than $1 million per hour downtime cost.
Those using one vendor experienced an average downtime of 19 hours, while those with three experienced inaccessible systems for 23 hours.
Average downtime of the UK s top 50 e-tailer websites was six hours and three minutes in Q4, the highest of 2013 (Q3: four hours and 32 minutes; Q2: four hours and 17 minutes; Q1: three hours and 23 minutes).
65 percent reported experiencing an average of three DDoS attacks in the past 12 months, with an average downtime of 54 minutes per attack.
The current 1,000 sites managed by IHS's NOC experience an average downtime of just 0.1%, vastly reducing operators' revenue loss, Saad said.
"And what we have found is that network administrators at schools face a challenging task when it comes to keeping their environment virus free from worms like Conficker." Estimates have found the average downtime caused by a Conficker outbreak fluctuates between six to eight days and in some cases networks are crippled for up to three weeks.
For each such activity, multiply the historical average downtime per occurrence, adjusted for any growth trends, by the number of times the activity is performed per year.
McAfee added that the average downtime losses are around $ 6.3 million per day.
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