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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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KeyBanc analyst Brent Bracelin Amazon (AMZN) has unveiled a new cloud database called DocumentDB that emulates API functionality similar to MongoDB (MDB).
LARIAT emulates active, complex networks, including their real-time interactions to the Internet.
Midfielder Chris Cadden - on loan from Motherwell - will make family history if he emulates dad Stephen and wins the league with the Coatbridge outfit.
He added, “Each PacketExpert[TM]-IPLinkSim[TM] unit emulates a bi-directional IP WAN link.
He added, "Each PacketExpert(TM)-IPLinkSim(TM) unit emulates a bi-directional IP WAN link.
Kelly emulates a Grecian goddess in her white one shoulder floor-length gown.
The product emulates the realistic behaviour of users and devices required to test elements at the network edge, including border controllers, firewalls and deep packet inspection devices, as well as security and application level gateways.
Limited-assortment retailer Aldi emulates many retailers' private label standards, but doesn't emulate those same retailers' shelf-condition standards, because those standards don't fit its differentiated value proposition.
Each WaveBlade card emulates up to 500 WLAN or 1,000 Ethernet clients across single or multiple subnets.
Vendors are starting to introduce libraries that use inexpensive ATA disks with a virtualization engine front end, which emulates a tape library to the backup software running on the backup server.
Salivart closely emulates human saliva, coating the oral mucosa to provide fast, temporary relief.
The first, SRM 2518, emulates the differential group delay in a long length of optical fiber.