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internetwork

(1) To go between one network and another.

(2) A large network made up of a number of smaller networks. Same as "internet" (lower case "i"), not the "Internet" (upper case "I"). See internet.
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In general, it has been recognized that interdependent topologies, especially interlinking strategy and internetwork coupling strength, play a vital role in cascading behaviors and robustness of interdependent networks.
Mazur sees more activity in his own company as enterprises are seeing the benefits of tapping into their Big Data reserves, especially in the healthcare field, a sector that accounts for 60%-70% of Internetwork Engineering's customer base, he says.
Cisco Systems has uncovered a vulnerability in its Internetwork Operating System that could potentially leave the vast majority of its installed base open to denial of service attacks.
Working with the British Medical Journal and the Open Society of the Soros Foundation Network, WHO has enlisted the publishers to participate in its Health InterNetwork project.
It will take something like the Health Information InterNetwork for Developing Nations, an ambitious public health proposal to create an international web portal for noncommercial health information and to install 13,000 Internet terminals in hospitals and clinics of the 130 poorest nations worldwide over the next three years.
It is possible to make a smooth transition to a switched internetwork. Here's a tutorial on migration paths that reflects healthcare network realities.
Once the functional goals for the internetwork are defined, they can be used as a statement of objectives.
Part of the reason for this very rapid growth is the fact that the internetwork standards are openly published and can be applied to new hardware and software platforms as they become available.
According to the announcement, this book covers Cisco, a fixture on today's networks that claims roughly 70 percent of the router market, and virtually all running the Internetwork Operating System, or IOS.
Virtual networking, an integral feature of most switching products, uncouples network addressing from physical topology, allowing a more efficient alignment of internetwork traffic flows with user work patterns.

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