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go live

1. To become operational, as of a technological system. The new computer system was supposed to go live today, but IT still has some bugs to work out, apparently.
2. To broadcast live from a scene of action. I sent one of our reporters out there to go live from the scene of the protest.
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go ˈlive

(of a computer system) become operational (= ready to be used): Good news! Our website is going live tomorrow!
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Having recently gone live, we can already see the benefits of Soarian HIM on our bottom line and have received immediate, positive feedback from our physicians and HIM department.
Two divisions of Perry Ellis International, including Ping(R) Collection and Jantzen(R) have already gone live with Escape, with more divisions in line for the near future.
FINEOS Corporation, a leading innovator of banking and insurance software, has announced that Canada Life has gone live with its life and pensions distribution and servicing system, FINEOS Life Front Office, in Germany.
FTS also announced that it's first Wi-Fi Hot Spot in the Tampa market has gone live, a second Hot Spot in Tampa is scheduled to go live next week followed by Philadelphia later in August.
United Telephone Company has gone live with Intec Telecom Systems' activation platform, Inter-activatE(TM).
In partnership with NEC, Siemens had previously installed Hutchison's UMTS networks in Great Britain and Italy, which have also already gone live.
Our clinical staff and patients are thrilled we've gone live with MedPoint-MedAdmin.