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Synonyms for network

Synonyms for network

an open fabric woven of strands that are interlaced and knotted at usually regular intervals

an interwoven or interrelated number of things


Synonyms for network

an interconnected system of things or people

(broadcasting) a communication system consisting of a group of broadcasting stations that all transmit the same programs

a system of intersecting lines or channels

(electronics) a system of interconnected electronic components or circuits

communicate with and within a group

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A social network is a series of choices by actors that are either positive (creating a contact) or negative (not creating a contact).
Network speeds can be virtually unlimited, but the costs can be very prohibitive to end users, who typically have 3-5 year contracts for bandwidth that require monthly payments.
If one access point is too close to another, it will "defer"--that is, the point with the stronger signal will knock the weaker point offline, creating interference that impairs capacity and slows the network down.
For example, a pool of 10 secretaries who primarily perform word processing puts far less demand on the network than two accountants working on spreadsheet programs.
By deploying the leading optical transport and converged packet access solutions, Digiweb has ensured their network is best suited to their current requirements while also providing the most future-proof solution available," said Chip Redden, Overture Networks' vice president of marketing and product management.
This is true for corporate users as well as network service providers, including intra-enterprise networks, Application Service Providers (ASPs), Storage Services Providers (SSPs), Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and many others.
Network Access Protection is a policy enforcement technology built into the Windows Vista and Windows Server (code-named "Longhorn") operating systems that allows customers to better protect network assets from unhealthy computers by enforcing compliance with network health policies.
By combining Lockdown Networks' Network Access Control (NAC) solutions with Network Access Protection, customers can enhance the accuracy and power of Network Access Protection decision-making through detailed knowledge of end-station device health and network-based enforcement.
By focusing on delivering an easily deployed health checking solution, Lockdown addresses one of the major pain points for organizations wanting to deploy a NAC solution," said Robert Ayoub, network security analyst at Frost & Sullivan.
Juniper is helping to eliminate customers' concerns about being locked into a single vendor for network infrastructure based on their choice of network access control solutions.
Microsoft is committed to collaborating with leading network security vendors like iPolicy to deliver comprehensive end-to-end security," said Mike Schutz, group product manager for Security and Access Products at Microsoft.
Today, companies work with multiple vendors to deploy point-security solutions that address individual layers of the network stack.
Network Intelligence, the market-proven leader in transforming enterprise-wide data into automated compliance and security information, today announced partnerships with Arbor Networks(R), Lancope and Mazu Networks, the three leading providers of Network Behavior Analysis (NBA) systems.
BlueCat Networks and Mirage Networks today announced that the companies have formed an alliance to deliver the strongest DHCP-based network access control (NAC) available.
Cisco Catalyst Switching Series supports the Cisco Service Oriented Network Architecture (SONA) framework with network virtualization capabilities that enable network managers to partition a single physical network into many logical networks across multiple locations, increasing scalability of the network.
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