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network ready

(1) Software designed to run in a network.

(2) Refers to a computer that has built-in networking capability, typically Ethernet. Also called "LAN ready." See Ethernet.
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The imageRunner 2202N is network ready with additional paper cassette, duplex and automatic document feeder options for small workgroups.
"These new network ready color lasers represent the next step for Brother's color laser printer line," said Jeff Sandler, Senior Product Manager for Printers.
It has the ability to communicate via TCP/IP, supporting network ready instruments or terminal servers connecting serial instruments on an existing network, imExpress can also communicate through a COM port, allowing multiple instrument connections using serial expansion boards with a PC.
The IPC34XX Series is a rugged, industrial grade 19" rack mounted unit only 1U in height with a Zero-U mounting option and comes network ready with built-in Internet, Intranet, and an RS232 support for dial-up connection.
Fully network ready and automated, this NT-based printing station provides low-cost, yet high-quality CD printing in less than a minute, according to the company.
All your electrical implements will be connected and will come home network ready. No need for untidy cabling either - the data will come via the same cable as the power supply.
The Rimage Protege DVD-R publishing system is network ready with automated archiving of up to 4.7GB per DVD-R.
Hamad Al Mansouri, Director General of the TRA, told Gulf News that the new bands will allocate more communications and will make the network ready for machine-to-machine and internet of things.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 5, 2013-Verizon's network ready for South By Southwest conference in Austin(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-August 27, 2012--Sprint's network ready to test itself against Tropical Storm Isaac(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, a manufacturer of consumer electronics, announced on 5 January that a new range of network ready HD TVs due to be available in the spring of 2009 will be powered by the Yahoo!

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