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connectivity

A generic term for connecting devices to each other in order to transfer data back and forth. It often refers to network connections, which embraces bridges, routers, switches and gateways as well as backbone networks. It may also refer to connecting a home or office to the Internet or connecting a digital camera to a computer or printer.
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Customers can benefit from seamless connectivity to the SAN infrastructure solutions they have come to rely on for high performance, enhanced management and flexibility.
Imagine instead if that same application operated independent of connectivity, much like Microsoft Word or other typical desktop applications.
The market planning, logistics and customer-supplier interaction elements are where reliable, timely data exchange with external connectivity or supply chain systems is most important.
We are pleased to be working with Indelible Blue to bring data connectivity solutions to the fast-growing Linux business market," said Brian Reed, MERANT vice president of DataDirect Product Management.