Expandability

Expandability,

Definition of Expandability:

  1. Ability of a computer system to accommodate additions to its capacity or capabilities. From a hardware point of view, expandability may include additional or larger hard disks, more memory, or faster video board. From a software point of view, it may include ability to support more network users, greater number of hits from website visitors, or faster number crunching. See also extensibility and scaling.

Meaning of Expandability & Expandability Definition