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Definition - What does Production Grade mean?

Production grade refers to software or hardware capable of frequent and intensive use in office, commercial or industrial settings.

Techopedia explains Production Grade

To an extent, production grade is actually a marketing buzzword, as there is no formal definition for production grade qualities and characteristics. The IT implication is similar to comparing a commercial grade appliance to one for residential use in that it is implied that production grade IT products can withstand heavier and more frequent use.

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