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networking

[′net‚wərk·iŋ]
(computer science)
The use of transmission lines to join geographically separated computers.

networking

networking

Dealing with networks. See network, LAN and enterprise networking.
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Lockdown's extensible iNAC system has proven to be a powerful security option for Foundry's high-performance networking customers," said Bob Schiff, vice president and general manager for Foundry's enterprise business unit.
As a leading proponent of standards-based solutions and provider of standards-based products, we believe that it's critical for the industry to establish an access control standard that alleviates the confusion and concerns of enterprises and allows them to move forward with employing solutions that meet their security requirements," said Paul Congdon, chief technology officer at ProCurve Networking by HP.
Today's news signals an important shift in the maturation of network security solutions; combining AEP Networks' policy networking competency, which has been honed at the remote access edge of the enterprise network, together with emerging NAC technologies promises to simplify multi-layer security solutions for our customers," said Reginald P.
As companies expand to become global organizations, partner with others, and comply with regulatory rules, their networking needs become more complex.
Cavium Networks is focused on delivering the highest performance and most scalable line of multi-core MIPS64 processors, with the most advanced application acceleration targeted at intelligent next-generation networking equipment," said Syed Ali, president and CEO of Cavium Networks.

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