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natively

Naturally. Inherent. Built in. See native mode and native language.
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By natively integrating SQL with Hadoop, Hadapt makes it much easier for businesses to advance Hadoop projects from the lab to production," said Saxena.
An operating system running natively in Long Mode can run existing 16- and 32-bit applications by simply clearing the L bit in the code segment descriptor of the applications.
Day's industry leading Global Content Management suite, Communique 4, ships with and runs natively on Day's innovative Java content repository, Content Repository Extreme (CRX).
Originally released in November 2002, RISme allows users to create client deployment images that can be used to install versions of Windows that are not natively supported by RIS.
DWDM enables SANs to be natively extended to great distances, efficiently utilizes fiber resources, introduces minimal latency, supports multiple protocols simultaneously, provides significant bandwidth and is completely future proof.