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LAN

an abbreviation for local area network.

LAN

Local area network Informatics A computer network confined to a limited area, usually of the same floor or building. See Ethernet. Cf Internet, WAN.
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Wysdom MAP-OS, the first mobile network operating system in production worldwide, allows mobile network operators to provide controlled and billable access to available network features and services through well-defined, standards-based Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
com) empowers mobile operators to deliver high-value data services to their consumer and enterprise customers with Wysdom MAP-OS(TM), the industry's first mobile network operating system software.
Graydon's presentation, "Developing Wireless Applications to Mobile Network Operating System Specifications", will be held at 1:20pm EST.
Typically, a network appliance has a network-optimized architecture, comes with "thin" versions of the most popular network operating systems, and provides client access independent of any operating system or proprietary protocol.
The best appliances support multiple versions of every leading Network Operating Systems (NOS).
The company builds products for Windows, DOS, Macintosh and OS/2 desktops, as well as Novell NetWare and other popular network operating systems.
Softhill's products include BRILAN broadband wireless devices, based on its proprietary Network Operating Systems (NOS) and broadband wireless Network Management Systems.
Unisys will use the servers on projects requiring the consolidation of LANs running industry-standard network operating systems.
The company's products, which are sold under the name PowerFrame, are based upon PC hardware standards and are designed to be compatible with industry standard network operating systems, such as Novell Netware, Univel UnixWare, Microsoft LAN Manager, SCO UNIX, Banyan VINES and new industry standard network operating systems as they become available, such as Windows NT.

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