American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An interconnected system of networks, especially computer networks.
- n. A network of networks.
- v. transitive To set up as a network of networks.
- inter- + network (Wiktionary)
“internetwork' layer does things in a system-wide way is I think important enough to warrant a whole new layer.”
“A key component in this environment is internetwork interoperability, not only for data traffic but for authentication and billing.”
“The proud parents, Antoine and Lisa, are doing well, and we're happy that our favorite internetwork family has a new addition.”
“Firewall Toolkit, a software kit for building and maintaining internetwork Firewalls.”
“Also used by local and remote bridges to perform internetwork routing services.”
“He was President and Creative Director of internetwork Inc. (1979-99) and well as internetwork Media Inc.”
“He was President and Creative Director of internetwork Inc. (1979-99) and well as internetwork Media Inc. (1993-2004), both award-winning science/consulting groups with clients in government, industry, and academia.”
“If you instead internetwork the 256 sockets in that big box, you can then lash together 32 racks of blades (that's eight 256 fat tree setups) in the 8x8 2D torus configuration, deploying a total of 16,384 cores.”
“Telephone service via packet-switched networking - A system and method for providing telephone type services over the internetwork commonly known as the Internet.”
“Comparison of Switching Techniques Tanenbaum Fig. 2-40 ++ 23 The Internet • An internetwork of computer networks • Starting time: 1950s • Popular: 1990s • Driving service:”
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