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Ethernet

Informatics A high speed LAN hardware standard for communicating among PCs, which can link up to 1024 nodes in a bus network. See Local area network, Packet swltching. Cf Fiber distributed data interface.
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The combo card is compatible with Windows(R) 98, Windows(R) 95 and Windows(R) NT and has security features that include support for common authentication protocols PAP and CHAP.
An example design of a Bluetooth/Wi-Fi combo card for mobile handsets, has been developed by wireless technology and Bluetooth company CSR and Fractus, a fractal antenna technology company.
The Bluetooth/Wi-Fi combo card enables VoIP and Bluetooth calls to run at the same time inside a mobile phone and will be available to CSR's key customers on request.
The bank stated that consumers can get immediate access to the entry gate for travel on Mumbai Metro by just tapping the combo card at the AFC gates.
State Bank Mumbai Metro Card is a combo card which offers the convenience of travelling on Mumbai Metro, shopping at merchant locations across India and making bill payments all bundled into a single card.
Tenders are invited for Desktop Computer Configuration : Intel Pentium I-7 With 22Nm Technology And Haswell Architecture Operating Operating System With Pre Loaded Microsoft Windows-10 64 Bit 1600 Mhz Ddr3 16 Gb Ram 1 Tb Sata Hard Drive 19.5 Diagonal Tn Widescreen Wled Backlit Anti-Glare Lcd Lcd Intel H81 Express Chipset Integrated Intel Hd Graphics Slim Bdxl Blu-Ray Writer Drive With Side And Rear Usb 2.0 Ports And Wlan Combo Cards.
The laptops came with modem cards, rather than the more expensive combo cards, so parents or the school would have the expense of adding these cards.
Activision will supply 15,000 grocery stores with on-shelf combo cards with attached tear sheets for a premium offer, valid until May 31.
In addition, special Combo Cards may be used to inflict a series of attacks on an opponent and may allow an “unfused” character to achieve victory early in the game.
A new study from IDC, a market intelligence and advisory firm in the information technology and telecommunications industries, has shown that the number of PC data combo cards in Europe is expected to grow from 1.2m in 2004 to more than 5.7m in 2008.