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interoperability

An informatics term referring to the ability of two or more systems or components to exchange and use data.
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interoperability

(ĭn″tĕr-ŏp″ĕr-ŭ-bĭl′ĭ-tē) [″ + ″]
The ability of different software programs, e.g., the ones that drive electronic medical records, to share information with each other.
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While focused on building their own systems, developers many times do not have the proper information from other complementary systems that allow the separate systems to interoperate on the network.
"Each company has to interoperate with two of the other companies in the room," Nicholson said.
According to the IEEE, "the lack of such definitions in the base standard allowed for flexible distribution system and access point design, but access point devices having different approaches often could not interoperate across a distribution system." This has impeded the growth of the WLAN market.
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Eurochambres particularly welcomes the EU's desire to rethink how the European institutions interoperate at different levels with national government via the "practical application of the principle of subsidiarity".
"Our collaboration means that both best-of-breed technologies will seamlessly interoperate to provide the most productive development environment possible."
COM is a low-level specification that details how software components written in various programming languages can interoperate on a binary level.
Customers will be assured that products certified by XXCAL can interoperate with certified products from other vendors.
More serious execution model issues arise in trying to interoperate sequential and concurrent programs or programs based on different concurrent communication constructs (e.g., synchronous vs.
By utilising Denali's products, Marvell's design and verification teams can improve their time-to-market with lower risk of integration errors, integrate the IP seamlessly into their design and verification methodology and deliver the confidence that their end-products are designed to properly interoperate with these industry standard interfaces, according to Denali.
Using Juniper's T Series Core Routers, the router-integrated optical DWDM interfaces will interoperate with Nokia Siemens Networks' hiT7300 WDM platform and be managed by the company's carrier grade Transport Network Management System (TNMS).

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