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nexus

[′nek·səs]
(communications)
A connection or interconnection of a communications system, such as a data link or a network of branches and nodes.
(physiology)

nexus

(1) (Nexus) A line of pure Android phones and tablets endorsed by Google. See Google Nexus.

(2) (Nexus) A line of network switches from Cisco.

(3) (Nexis) A legal database. See LexisNexis.

(4) A connecting point or bond between two entities.

(5) A software module in the Windows security platform (see NGSCB).