Communication and Network Riser

Communication and Network Riser

(hardware, standard)
(CNR) A specification for audio, modem, USB and Local Area Networking interfaces of core computer logic chip sets. Intel introduced CNR on 2000-02-07. It was mainly developed by hardware and software developers who helped release AMR (Audio/Modem Riser) and is used by several computer manufacturers.

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