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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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The University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, a 2400-bed hospital, went live with Picis' Critical Care Manager in its intensive care units and via remote access, allowing clinicians to view the ICU patient record from outside the unit.
CL Permanent Building Society, a de novo financial institution based in Trinidad, installed and went live with Fiserv's banking solutions, ICBS, CBS Teller and CBS Customer Relationship Servicing in less than four months.
Following the successful completion of a pilot program initiated in December 2004, ACATS/IPS went live last month with nine initial customers.
Atlantic Health System, which consists of three hospitals located in north central New Jersey, went live in January and is one of ten health systems representing 34 hospitals that have gone live with MData 4.
Circuit City first went live with a RealDialog agent in March 2003 to automatically answer customer support questions.
The OTC equity derivatives service officially went live in late November following several weeks of testing with five major dealers previously announced.