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IOS

Internetworking Operating System

IOS

(1) (iOS) (IDevice Operating System) The primary control program in Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The Mac uses macOS (formerly OS X), not iOS. See iDevice, iOS device, iOS versions, CarPlay and Mac OS X.

(2) (Internetwork Operating System) The primary control program in Cisco routers. Widely used, IOS is robust system software that supports the common functions in all products based on the CiscoFusion architecture. See Cisco.

(3) (Integrated Office System) See office automation.
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This module complements an existing portfolio of integrated security and network services available on a single platform including Cisco IOS Software-based firewall, VPN, switching, voice, and content for a comprehensive branch-office solution.
It now also supports new Cisco IOS Software redundancy features, including dial backup and redundant IP Security (IPSec) VPN tunnels, to minimize potential networked business disruption.
4 billion of IOS Capital's net lease receivables and corresponding residuals, of which approximately $1.
Steve Furr, chief operating officer for IOS North America, said his company is convinced that Earthstone International is well positioned for future growth.
For two months we have run the Cisco XR 12000 with IOS XR in our live network and we are pleased with the results demonstrated during this deployment.
IOS scientists engage in the development of cutting-edge science with an approach that combines vision, expertise and dedication that has resulted in the development of world-renowned innovations.
Specifically, Cisco has evolved its existing IOS software for the Catalyst 6500 switches so that modular Cisco IOS subsystems now run in independent, self-healing processes.
IOS provides operator services to more than 15,000 customer locations throughout the United States.
The Corvil Bandwidth agent in Cisco IOS Software provides network managers with a fundamental breakthrough in the ability to design and control Quality of Service to deliver predictable performance for data, video and voice applications over IP, leveraging existing Cisco QoS functionality in the network infrastructure.