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Exemples d'usage pour « scalable » en français
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EnglishThe Fund strives to be innovative, risk-taking, scalable and results-based.
EnglishThe ability of the transaction log to receive and process messages shall be scalable.
EnglishAvid ISIS 7000 is based on a highly scalable, self-balancing distributed architecture.
EnglishAdvanced, scalable, mid-size control surface with comprehensive Pro Tools integration
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EnglishFor scalable fonts, you can also enter interval sizes.
English“Scalable Land Tenure Record Systems” by Mr. Michael Barry, Mr. Andrew Hunter and Mr.
EnglishGet high-performance DSP mixing in a scalable large-format digital audio console for broadcast.
EnglishScalable Performance Data Server (SPDS): a database system owned by SAS.
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EnglishDoes FOSS provide robust and scalable applications and qualified technical support needed for commerce?
EnglishPFAN was seen as a positive and scalable model.
English(c) Technology infrastructure architecture that is scalable for multi-site usage and high number of users;
EnglishAs it is scalable, site B provides additional opportunities which could include utilization by United Nations organizations, funds and programmes.
EnglishThis move is intended to make partnerships more sustainable and scalable and capitalize on the complementary strengths of business.
EnglishThe higher the stakes, the more essential flexible, scalable and real-time networked storage with rock solid reliability becomes.
EnglishParticipants recommended PFAN as a positive and scalable model; Engagement of the private sector and the financial community.
EnglishThe evidence is still thin on the outcomes of scalable pilot projects for the prevention and control of NCDs in developing countries.
EnglishIts goal is to support people, at national and local levels, in the use of “land tools” that are “pro-poor”, “gendered” and “scalable”.