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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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He added, "Each PacketExpert(TM)-IPLinkSim(TM) unit emulates a bi-directional IP WAN link.
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.
Since that software emulates the tape management application the customer already uses, the disk library interprets the vault or eject commands of the backup application and writes out to a tape library in native tape format.
The first, SRM 2518, emulates the differential group delay in a long length of optical fiber.
To emulate an old computer indefinitely, the user must be able to run a program that emulates the old computer on nearly any future computer.
The model 8250 cable network and interference emulator emulates critical hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) cable network impairments in a controllable laboratory instrument.
IxLoad emulates IPTV and Triple Play subscribers and associated protocols to ensure subscriber Quality of Experience.
has announced general availability of its DX30--a disk-based backup solution that emulates a tape library.
Aggregate Knowledge, the industry's first online Collective Discovery Service that emulates the way people naturally discover and shop for products and information offline, today announced that it has been chosen by AlwaysOn Media as one of the Top 100 Private Company award winners.
The relationship will involve ActivePoint's complete product line including the TX5 Discovery Engine, a search and guidance system that emulates the human communications process, and the EasyFlip E-catalog, an intuitive online system that allows customers to browse and easily compare products just like flipping through a paper catalog.
The ACE emulates multipath and executes the TGn models which enables vendors to evaluate product performance across a large number of emulated "real world" environments.