Virtual Private Network. A network configuration in which, in a line network subscribed to by many people, a defined section is virtually closed to limit usage to only people who require access.
Wide Area Network. The use of phone lines or private lines to connect computers in different geographic locations and allow them to exchange information.
Long Term Evolution. A new mobile communications standard. Support scheduled from June 2011.
 Super green product
Super green products are Fujitsu products or systems that have superior environmental characteristics, compared to other products by Fujitsu or other products on the market, in terms of low energy consumption, 3R (reduce, re-use, recycle) design technology, non-use of hazardous substances, and use of eco-friendly materials and technologies.
One of the high-speed gigabit Ethernet standards.
 3.5G wireless
Mobile communications services that run at a higher speed than third-generation (3G) mobile communications.
Command Line Interface. A way of changing settings by connecting a piece of equipment to a PC and inputting commands.
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Date: 17 May, 2011
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