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While common hardware does indeed enable integration at the operational level and simplify logistical issues, considerable changes in training and operating concepts are also necessary.
Which means that there are, say, different boxes (smaller, larger), but common hardware and software.
AMD (NYSE:AMD) developed the specification in collaboration with industry partners, including Raritan Computer, to enable hardware vendors to connect several different management subsystems to a common hardware interface within a server platform.
SHARE: Provide system executable specifications rather than static documents for common hardware / software reference
This common hardware approach allows customers to add HSUPA capabilities to their basestations - including those already deployed in the field - with only a software upgrade.
INTEGRITY-178B allows multiple software applications to share a common hardware platform and was designed such that any error in one application cannot prevent another application from continuing to operate.
Further, as part of the NEXUS family, it can be integrated on a common hardware and software platform with complementary Veeco technologies such as ion beam deposition, ion beam etch, atomic layer deposition and reactive sputtering.
18 modification to a firm-fixed-price contract for common hardware and software items for the project manager Army Tactical Command and Control Systems computers and associated peripherals for battlefield commanders on Sept.