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serve

(networking)
To be a server, to provide a service.

E.g., "The shttpd serves requested documents to clients over a secure link."
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People sign up InfiNet as their service provider under their local paper's flag, which means InfiNet serves two masters.
The implementation of a consolidated system serves two masters, each with a proprietary and fully protected database.