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peripheral device

[pə′rif·ərel di‚vīs]
(computer science)
Any device connected internally or externally to a computer and used to enter or display data, such as the keyboard, mouse, monitor, scanner, and printer.

peripheral device

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Offering unmatched flexibility and ease of use, Datablink's physical devices and mobile apps are uniquely simple, yet powerfully secure.
Relying on physical devices as the sole backup method leaves businesses vulnerable to data loss and less efficient, since the process for backing up to a physical device is almost always manual," said Carbonite Chairman and CEO David Friend, who has launched six companies including Carbonite and was named the 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for New England in the Consumer and Small Business Emerging Technology category.
Uniloc offers a patented physical device recognition platform that authenticates the true identity of devices that attempt to access high-value technology assets.
Physical device recognition is the method of uniquely identifying a user device, such as a PC, game console, smart phone or cell phone, by the naturally occurring, inherent physical imperfections of that device, and then incorporating that "physical device fingerprint" into licenses or access credentials.
Also, as part of this SBIR program, Lynguent will develop automated methods to transfer and convert physical device TCAD characterization information to compact models.
Attribute-based management ties to the application rather than the actual physical device.
those architectures and products designed to emulate a physical device where the characteristics of the emulated device are mapped over another physical device.
It is becoming commonplace to find instances where server virtualization creates multiple virtual machines or partitions on a single physical device.
Consolidation also reduces facilities and device maintenance expenses through the reduction of the storage footprint and optimization of physical device usage.
The Ki-Bi card is a physical device and server platform for the distribution of mobile content.
A key advantage to deploying VTSDs is the ability to leverage most of the physical characteristics of the underlying physical device (which, for disk, includes higher reliability, improved throughput performance, and faster access to data).

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