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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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Increased operational flexibility, as emulated storage can deliver multiple configurations, varying performance and scalability profiles and 100Cs of target storage environments.
The idea of using emulated removable media as a mechanism for sharing data makes a certain amount of sense.
The ST92F150JDV1 includes 128Kbyte of single-voltage Flash, on-chip emulated EEPROM, two bxCAN (basic extended) interfaces and one J1850 BDLC interface.
The IPmux TDMoIP gateway successfully previewed its ability to run emulated E1 leased line traffic over the MPLS fast-reroute network at a hot staging test held January 24-26 at EANTC's Berlin testing center.
Using Spirent's new TeraMetrics XD Gigabit Ethernet modules on its SmartBits Test System, EANTC emulated 410 Enterprise Gigabit ports and 32 ports of 10 Gigabits Ethernet.
Leveraging Palladium dynamic target capability, a variety of software debuggers can be connected to the emulated design, allowing hardware and software integration and debug flexibility during run time.
Up to 32 tape libraries and up to 256 tape drives can be emulated concurrently with a single CLARiiON Disk Library.
The Virtex-II Pro is connected to the HAPS motherboard with 119 signals, which allows fast communication with the emulated design.
net TOUs, and that by reverse engineering Blizzard software, creating servers that emulated Battle.
Multiple user profiles may be created and real-world traffic generation is supported over the emulated sessions.