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commercial version

A product that is offered for sale. The term may be used to contrast a more comprehensive product that is sold from a less-capable version that is free. See commercial Linux market and commercial market.
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ClearCanvas expects to release a commercial version of their PACS software suite in Q2 2011 with the commercial release of their RIS following in Q4 2011.
A mid-sized SUV, the Nitro will come with the option of passenger and light commercial versions.
A mid-sized SUV the Nitro will come with the option of passenger and light commercial versions.
0 for Linux to compile a commercial version of its Linux operating system.
IBM has unveiled a commercial version of what it claims is the world's most powerful supercomputer - able to process 12.
In this case, the only real cost is the approximately $40 price of each commercial version of ``Doom II'' used, Hanover said.
In September, he says, an encryption company was served with a subpoena to produce documents related to "ViaCrypt |the commercial version of PGP~, PGP, Philip Zimmerman, and anyone or any entity acting on behalf of Philip Zimmerman for the time period June 1, 1991, to the present.
We focus similar attention to all AVG commercial version users in the form of worldwide, professional and 24/7 technical support.
Going forward, they aim to develop a commercial version and begin shipping it by fall 2006.
A heavier commercial version will be introduced later this year.

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