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interoperable

The ability for one system to communicate or work with another. See interoperability.
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Enterprises operating otherwise non-compatible voice equipment and telephony network elementsincluding non- qualified SIP telephony systemscan use Lync-qualified SmartNode VoIP gateways to connect and interoperate with the Lync unified communications server.
** Interoperates with Microsoft[R] Office products (Excel and PowerPoint[R]) to assist users in preparing briefings
A cell-based architecture with independent PCI bus segments connected to each port, each GigaBridge switched PCI controller can drive up to four PCI slots and interoperates with other GigaBridge controllers as ports on the Switched PCI systems.
The concentrator interoperates with video-streaming software in the server and ADSL CPE to deliver video streams to customers' TVs via set-top boxes, and concurrent, high-speed Internet service to customers' computers via an Ethernet connection.
The application, which aims to address the analytic requirements of online marketplaces, interoperates with all e-marketplace systems.
The solution interoperates with Nortel's SoftSwitch, Sigma Systems' order management system, IP Unity Unified Mail Platform and Level3's public switched telephone network (PSTN).
The device interoperates with any existing 802.11b or 802.11g wireless access point and gateway.
It is compliant with the Pocket PC 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003 platforms, and it interoperates with most common VPN concentrators, including Cisco and Nortel models.
Surf & Call interoperates seamlessly without changing existing call center technology and provides shared browsing experience without changing existing Web sites.
The software interoperates with carriers' and service providers' existing infrastructure, enabling them to deliver new personal communications services without extensive custom development.

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