Definitions for "Gateways"
Gateways is the seventh volume in a series of Repairman Jack books written by American author F. Paul Wilson. The book was first published by Gauntlet Press in a signed limited first edition (2003) then later as a trade hardcover from Forge (November 2003) and a mass market paperback from Forge (February 2006).
allow transfers of information between normally incompatible applications or networks. The data is reformatted so that it is acceptable for the new network or application before passing it on.
A networking device that can overcome networking barriers such as topology and access method.
Are connectors between two or more dissimilar networks that facilitate communication in such instances. Gateways have their own processors to perform both protocol and bandwidth conversions.
Grades 3,5,8 and high school, where both new state and local standards apply for promotion to next grade.
mechanisms which provide access to other systems. The gateways highlighted in NewsConnect, provide access to other information systems that are useful for finding news.
Management tools to enhance planning and teaching of technology units. TEALS
A group of exclusive companies authorized to contact issuing banks to verify cardholder information on behalf of merchants. All transactions, including chargebacks, are passed through them.
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