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commercial version

A product that is offered for sale. The term may be used to contrast a more comprehensive product that is sold from a less-capable version that is free. See commercial Linux market and commercial market.
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ClearCanvas expects to release a commercial version of their PACS software suite in Q2 2011 with the commercial release of their RIS following in Q4 2011.
A mid-sized SUV, the Nitro will come with the option of passenger and light commercial versions.
A mid-sized SUV the Nitro will come with the option of passenger and light commercial versions.
0 for Linux to compile a commercial version of its Linux operating system.
IBM has unveiled a commercial version of what it claims is the world's most powerful supercomputer - able to process 12.
In this case, the only real cost is the approximately $40 price of each commercial version of ``Doom II'' used, Hanover said.
In September, he says, an encryption company was served with a subpoena to produce documents related to "ViaCrypt |the commercial version of PGP~, PGP, Philip Zimmerman, and anyone or any entity acting on behalf of Philip Zimmerman for the time period June 1, 1991, to the present.
Going forward, they aim to develop a commercial version and begin shipping it by fall 2006.
A heavier commercial version will be introduced later this year.

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