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interoperable

The ability for one system to communicate or work with another. See interoperability.
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To immerse the participants in the thorny technical and management issues surrounding system of systems integration, we use another case study, "Joint Strike Fighter Interoperability." The case describes the long intensive effort to map out the Joint Strike Fighter's position in the network of interoperating systems with which it would share the future battlespace.
* Who maintains the network configuration baseline for current and future interoperating systems?
We expect that such multilingual interoperating sets of tools will be very common in the coming generation of integrated, extensible, broad-scope environments like those envisioned by Arcadia.
Any approach to supporting interoperability is based on achieving compatibility between interoperating components.
MP3.com's new Music InterOperating System (IOS) application programming interface is available for free download at Developer.mp3.com.
AOL swiftly characterized the Microsoft software as "a hack" and blocked it from interoperating with AIM, ostensibly because it poses a security risk to AOL subscribers.
Servers and storage have disaggregated and are now interconnected via multiple interoperating fabrics.
Meanwhile Prodigy Inc, which was also blocked by AOL from interoperating with its AIM messaging tool, called for a meeting of companies to agree on a standard.
The challenge is to enable astronomers to perform this and other large-scale surveys on the "Digital Sky" using multiple, Terabyte size databases interoperating seamlessly.
The new charter aims to create interoperating standards for specific market segments.
The emergence of organizations like SNIA, the emergence of new technologies like LTO, and the demonstration of devices and software successfully interoperating clearly indicate the commitment towards meeting future storage requirements.

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