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stand-alone

(jargon)
Capable of operating without other programs, libraries, computers, hardware, networks, etc. Exactly what is absent is presumed to be obvious from context.

"We only run Windows on stand-alone PCs because it's too dangerous to run it on networked ones."

stand-alone

A device that works on its own without requiring additional equipment. See stand-alone PC.
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Now you can essentially do most of the things that you could do on a high-end machine on a standalone.
The agency also placed under review for downgrade the debt ratings and certain standalone BFSR's of some of UniCredit's subsidiaries.
It is common for those offering PFP as a standalone service to conclude it is difficult to offer the service profitably.
Also, the $3 million minimum premium for the stop loss probably compares quite favorably with the combined cost of the standalone terrorism cover and the natural peril catastrophe reinsurance, since the whole-account stop-loss reinsurance provides both types of coverage.
The new standalone USB duplicators from Nexcopy provide ultra fast data copying of content to flash media.
The fastest-growing segments of the market in terms of revenues will be team collaborative applications, followed by standalone service provider email and real-time conferencing software.
Method 3: Allocate on the basis of standalone cost.
Delta continues to make significant progress in all areas of its restructuring and remains on track to emerge from Chapter 11 during the first half of 2007 as a standalone carrier," it said.
com) today announced shipment of the newest in its TigerSwitch[TM] family of high-performance switches: the TigerSwitch 10/100 Standalone 24- and 48-port 10/100 +4 Gigabit ports Managed Switches (SMC6128PL2 and SMC6152L2).
DocumentTrac Standalone enables small to medium-size lenders to simultaneously share real-time loan files electronically.
Our standalone reporting appliance is easy to use and provides extremely detailed information, faster than any other product on the market.
Unlike proprietary standalone on-demand solutions, the combination of Arroyo and IBM technology allows any number of servers and racks to be networked together within a metro, regional or national topology, creating one large virtual server which has unlimited scalability.