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interoperable

The ability for one system to communicate or work with another. See interoperability.
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BeyondTrust has announced that its Privileged Access Management (PAM) Platform was recertified to interoperate with the most current versions of SailPoint IdentityIQ, enabling joint customers to continue and extend their secure management of both privileged and non-privileged accounts.
The Rambus HBM2 PHY and Northwest Logic HBM2 Memory Controller are each fully JEDEC compliant to the HBM2 standard, allowing the PHY and memory controller to interoperate. The Rambus HBM2 PHY is a high-performance memory IP core that features reduced power consumption and a small form factor.
The 2013 re-qualification assures customers that SmartNode interoperates seamlessly and reliably with Microsoft's Unified Communications software.
All the equipment is IEEE802.16d compliant and will interoperate with other Airspan VoIP and Wi-Fi extensions for EasyST and Prost.
Simply put, when systems do not interoperate, Soldiers can't perform their missions.
Riverbed Technology (Nasdaq: RVBD), the technology and market provider in wide-area data services (WDS), has announced that its Riverbed[R] Steelhead[R] appliance running the Riverbed Optimisation System (RiOS[TM]) version 4.0 has achieved SAP[R] Certified Integration for third-party networking appliances that interoperate with SAP solutions using the SAP NetWeaver[R] platform and an enterprise service-oriented architecture (enterprise SOA).
The company will interoperate the product with its unified IP contact center platform, Aspect EnsemblePro, to manage its collections and customer service interactions.
* ACQ451 (Acquisition Integration) examines people, processes, and products that are neither controlling nor controlled, but with which we must interface, interoperate, synchronize, or collaborate.
The sheer number of product choices makes buying decisions complicated and it is impossible for all the various products to interoperate adding to the interoperability challenge.
* Interoperate with other building and business systems.
This presents a compelling value to our joint customers knowing that our products closely interoperate with those from an industry leader," said Jim Ritchings, Vice President of Business Development at F5 Networks.

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