from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To work (two or more things) into and through each other.
- v. To interact.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To work together; act with reciprocal effect.
- To work between; operate intermediately.
Rather, each new mission that is launched for sound scientific reasons would carry standardized software that allows all platforms to interwork and to make use of existing assets to support communication requirements.
What is also clear is that (most) people like things to interwork without too much hassle, intrusion and clutter.
This end-to-end, standards-based solution utilizes GENBAND's rich portfolio of IP media and session border control platforms to reduce costs, expand markets, and interwork with the growing volume of peering and managed interconnect services such as the GSM Association's IP eXchange (IPX).
In addition, we will bring out solutions and enable Internet-based and carrier-hosted services to interwork in a converged fixed, mobile and Web 2.0 world.
- Too many standards, operating systems, handsets etc that won't interwork for anything much more than a voice call or sms text.
For example new gateways from Dialogic, Vegastream, Audiocodes and Quintum are now available that allow UC Server to interwork with a very wide variety of PBXs at much lower cost.
The E-NNI 2.0, approved by OIF members this month, enables carriers to deliver services over legacy or emerging network technologies and is the service activation interface that allows these diverse network domains to interwork.
Here are some excerpts from the article: While interoperability is a core value, this situation makes it exceptionally hard to get vendors from diverse backgrounds and with conflicting commercial interests to interwork ...
The planning around the EPC must consider how all of these access networks enter the core, interwork with legacy systems, maintain seamless mobility and provide consistent and optimized services.
Typically, there was a rate at which high-capacity digital and analog multiplex systems could interwork.
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