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(1) (.NET) A software platform for building Microsoft applications. See .NET Framework.

(2) (.NETwork) A top-level Internet domain used by carriers, ISPs and other communications-oriented organizations. Both .net and .com domains are sometimes used by the same company. For example, Comcast uses www.comcast.net as a general-purpose news and entertainment portal, while www.comcast.com is used for its products and services. However, the domain is not restricted, and anyone can register a .net domain, even if they have nothing to do with communications. See Internet domain name.
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ADXSTUDIO CMS 2005 is a development framework for organizations implementing Microsoft NET technologies.
Support is a help desk and customer service application developed using the Microsoft NET Framework.
Avectra, the leading technology provider for member-based organizations, is pleased to announce the launch of its industry revolutionizing product, netFORUM, the first XML-based Association Management Software (AMS) system written entirely with Microsoft NET.
NET is a service designed to offer Akamai customers high-performance delivery of XML Web services and Web applications built on the Microsoft NET Platform from the edge of Akamal's network.
Aside from embracing the Web, Microsoft NET acknowledges and responds to the following trends within the software industry today:
Avectra, the leading technology provider for member-based organizations, is pleased to announce the launch of its industry-revolutionizing product, netFORUM, the first XML-based Association Management Software (AMS) system written entirely with Microsoft NET.
Developers can distribute the Microsoft NET Framework with their setups, scan C# NET and Visual Basic .
Microsoft is committed to providing a platform on which our technology partners can create RFID solutions to meet the needs of our joint customers," said Mark Relph, National Manager, Microsoft NET Platform Team.
Third party vendors are embracing the new revenue opportunities offered by the Microsoft NET Framework and in many instances are offering brand new Produ ct lines that they were not able to deliver using the Microsoft COM Environment.
The company is launching a COM-based (Component Object Model) SDK (Software Developers Kit) for its Enterprise solution which includes the recent Microsoft NET initiative which aims for closer integration between applications.
The software bundle includes: USB Instant Video with USB Cable, Audio Video connection cable, Ulead Video Studio 5 Basic SE, Video Producer by VideoShare (for publishing video to Web), Microsoft Net Meeting, Microsoft Media Encoder, Microsoft Media Player, Photo Island by ArcSoft.