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networked device

Hardware that operates in a network. All computers, printers and most A/V equipment (receivers, media hubs and servers, Blu-ray players, etc.) operate in an Ethernet network or Wi-Fi network or both. Smartphones and tablets all have Wi-Fi. See networked device protocol, Ethernet and Wi-Fi.
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In fact, all networked devices including desktops, laptops, switches, routers and even printers are vulnerable to exploits and need to be protected.
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Having Wind River as a solution center for networked devices will help Intel offer a more complete service to its semiconductor customers and system integrators," said Doug Davis, general manager of Intel's Access and Switching Processor Division.
I am excited that the DMTF has once again successfully delivered on a key industry need with a standards based solution to enable holistic management of networked devices.
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The extension of our award-winning NET+ARM product line to include a powerful ARM9-based processor increases our ability to help customers quickly develop intelligent, networked devices," said Tim Counihan, vice president of marketing, NetSilicon.

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