full-featured software

full-featured software

[¦fu̇l ¦fē·chərd ′sȯft‚wer]
(computer science)
Software with the most advanced available functionality.
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The 32-bit and 64-bit ARMADA SoC family, paired with our full-featured software offering and integration with publicly available hardware platforms, is designed to enable the quick development of a variety of wired and wireless networking solutions.
ConvergePoint, the leading compliance management solution provider on Microsoft SharePoint, boasts five full-featured software products for the complete management of Policies and Procedures, Contracts, Conflict of Interest Disclosures, Incident Tracking and Employee Training.
It also includes Force Ware Multimedia, a full-featured software application that gives consumers complete control over their multimedia programs with one, simple-to-use interface.
0 software platform represents the next-generation, enterprise-class, full-featured software suite, providing both large and small operators with the industry-leading management tools to maintain real-time control of a dynamic retail network.
According to the company, QuickLink Mobile offers a complete, full-featured software solution for combining data services into a single intuitive and easy-to-support application.
This full-featured software includes camera auto-find, simple setup and configuration, full-time or on-motion recording, and easy search and playback functionality.
Finally, the TCP/IP library, ZTP, is a full-featured software suite for the Zilog eZ80 Acclaim
The iPhone development paradigm is introduced, and the frameworks key to designing full-featured software on the iPhone is described.
Reduced risk with full-featured software running on proven hardware.
The Precision Profiler includes a full-featured software package that provides statistics and reports and can export data for use in other software applications.
REALbasic is a full-featured software development environment suited to creating a wide range of applications, from utilities to enterprise-class applications.