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channel program

[′chan·əl ‚prō·grəm]
(computer science)
The set of steps, called channel commands, by means of which an input/output channel is controlled.

channel program

(1) See channel partner program.

(2) Instructions executed by a peripheral channel. The channel executes the channel program independently of the CPU, allowing concurrent operations to take place in the computer. See channel.
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According to the company, its Channel Program also conveniently centralises its online resources, which are now accessible through Single Sign-On (SSO) on the ARRIS channel web page.
The History Channel program also gives a limited explanation as to why the authorities might have covered up evidence of unidentified co-conspirators.
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Continuing to grow its channel program, Voyence also entered licensing agreements with both HP and Motorola, extending globally the addressable market for VoyenceControl.
These accomplishments include a record number of wins, an 81 percent increase of mid-market product license revenue, the delivery of two key products - Cartesis Analytics and Cartesis Intercompany - and the introduction of a new channel program.
BelAir's channel program now provides enhanced education and incentives to expand our business opportunities with carrier-grade wireless mesh.
Tumbleweed is pleased to welcome Michael and his proven record of forging strategic partner alliances and strong channel programs.
Prior to Fortinet, Mepsted established and managed the EMEA channel program for firewall/VPN appliance vendor NetScreen which was acquired by Juniper for $4B.