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migrate between some place and some place else

to change residence from one place to another, perhaps repeatedly. These birds migrate between the north and the south. They migrate between their cottage in the North in the summer and their condo in Florida in the winter.
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migrate (from some place) (to some place)

[for a population] to move from some place to another. The birds all migrate from Europe to Africa. They migrate to Canada from South America.
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The Kern National Wildlife Refuge was created in 1960 to replace a fraction of those vanished wetlands and provide habitat for migrating and wintering birds along the Pacific Flyway.
SQL Server 2005 Integration Services: Migrating Data for Business Intelligence is valuable for database developers, administrators and analysts who need to migrate and transform data among diverse platforms.
Wireless carriers are interested in migrating from leased line to IP or ATM backhaul to reduce backhaul costs and improve efficiency.
Working with Oracle, Micro Focus protects customers' investments in legacy applications by migrating them to open, flexible, and cost-effective platforms.
Migrating to DART may not be the best option for every Falk customer, so we would like to propose an alternative solution.
By migrating databases and moving to the new hardware platform, Worldspan will be able to increase the volume of customers they serve, while reducing platform costs.
MELBOURNE, Australia -- HBA Health Insurance has made annual savings of $2 million by migrating its business applications from an expensive mainframe system to a lower-cost UNIX platform using tools from leading legacy application development and deployment software provider, Micro Focus(R) (LSE:MCRO).
Migrating American entrepreneurs continue to lead the charge and the total investment dollar value generated over the last three years now exceeds US$100m.
With the success of companies like Vonage in migrating residential users to IP-based phone services, the opportunity now exists to migrate large numbers of business sites to business class versions of these services," said Neil Danics, portfolio manager of Deutsche Suisse Asset Management.
Enterprises with mainframe systems are considering migrating to a single platform to avoid a growing skills shortage which threatens to stifle innovation in the ISV ecosystem.
Hans Sparkes, Head of Enterprise Linux, Unisys Systems and Technology EMEA, explained: "Our transformation programme is designed to consolidate and simplify enterprise infrastructures by migrating applications and databases.
Companies are migrating away from the OS/390 and z/OS platforms to the Windows Server Platform because of the advantages in cost, flexibility and supportability," said Spyros Sakellariadis, Director of the Mainframe Migration Alliance, Microsoft Corporation.
Those whose sort steps rely on the DFSORT, or Syncsort (mostly supported), command formats now have the option to cut their expenses by migrating to Microsoft Windows servers.