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network

noun body, combined system, compliiated system, interface, intertwining system, laced system, systematic web, weave, weaving, web, webbing
See also: complex, conjunction, development, league
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It can also be a meaningful technique to aide in the transformation of management thinking within the DoD and help introduce the concept of networking and net-centric operations into general management thinking and research.
In our extensive experience in storage networking at CNT, we've found the threshold of packet loss to be a maximum of 1% for an effective storage network when using our products and technology.
com) offers a comprehensive Policy Networking solution that provides complete security starting at the endpoints and working throughout a network -- from the edge to the core.
The InteropNet, built in collaboration with leading hand-selected networking vendors, uses role-based SSL VPN access with the Juniper Networks Secure Access 2000 appliance; role-based security management with Juniper's NetScreen-Security Manager; integrated intrusion prevention using Juniper's ISG 2000 FW/VPN with IDP; and denial-of-service (DoS) Flood Protection featuring Juniper's M7i routers, ISG 2000 FW/VPNs and NetScreen-Security Manager system.
ISS' new Proventia Network Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) is designed to increase ease-of-use for networking administrators and marks the company's transition to custom-built appliance platforms.
Recognizing that control networks are fundamentally different from data networks, in 1990 Echelon pioneered the field of control networking with its LonWorks platform.
As leading operators across the world like Mobistar finalize their 3G migration plans, more and more are turning to Nortel Networks as a trusted 3G networking ally," said Peter MacKinnon, president, GSM/UMTS, Nortel Networks.
The MPLS core network deployment was part of an agreement announced last summer, under which Xspedius used a Lucent Accelerate(TM) Next Generation Networking solution to create a VoIP-ready network capable of providing its business customers with future VoIP applications such as voice virtual private networks, virtual contact centers, managed bandwidth services and unified communications, as well as traditional voice services.

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