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OT: Compound word construction / terminology

The context is networking, specifically calculating how much bandwidth is
required for an application or set of applications: provisioning the

If a network has too much bandwidth, it is said to be over provisioned. Or
over-provisioned. Or overprovisioned.

I like the first construction. The marketing guys like hyphenated. Some
Cisco books use the third. In a quick Google search, I couldn't find any
real definitions, and usage seems to be pretty equally divided.

Anyone else have a preference?


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