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future-proof

adj
(of a system, computer, program, etc) guaranteed not to be superseded by future versions, developments, etc
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future-proof

adjzukunftssicher
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Orange Business Services has been chosen by Sony Group to consolidate and transform the communications infrastructure of Sony's two largest operating companies initially into a harmonized, future-proof network for an improved user experience around the world, the company said.
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ATEME's solution provides ENMA with premium remuxing capabilities and other benefits including the delivery of high-fidelity video quality to transmitters across the country; reduction of OPEX and CAPEX costs thanks to bandwidth efficiency and a commitment to deliver future-proof solutions, thanks to the company's continuous research and innovation.
Involving a cost consultant early during a project's life-cycle help future-proof feasibility studies, an expert from Dubai-based construction cost and contract management services firm Omnium International told Construction Week .
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While outages and travel delays are anticipated, SP Energy believe the improvements will create a more robust electricity network and future-proof it for years to come.
It also offers us Android OS, which we wanted to future-proof our technology."
Senior Kirklees councillor Peter McBride said: "We welcome this investment in the district, which will bring first-class digital infrastructure to Huddersfield residents and future-proof its digital connectivity.
The hard truth is, at most we've fiddled at the edges of what it means to be a leader today and how we design policies, procedures, systems and culture to future-proof our organizations against increased competition, commoditization and marketplace relevance.