Complete communications system, including hardware and software, assembled and installed by a vendor and sold as a total package.
an hardware and software system already configured and ready for the customer to use
a package of computer hardware and software put together by a company to sell as a self-contained computer audio or video system
a total computer system, including hardware, operating-system software, and application programs
A system which is built, engineered, and installed to the point of readiness for operation by the owner.
A complete computer system consisting of a hardware and software combination which has been assembled in order to perform a specified range of tasks.
A system that already contains all the components and programs required for operation. The vendor takes care of installation and configurations so all the user has to do is "turn the key" to begin using the system.
A system that is ready to use when installed and supplied to the user in ready-to-run condition possible customized to a specific user or application. Delivery does not necessarily include preparatory work on the user's data.
is a complete hardware and software system designed, built, installed, and tested by a vendor for a customer. Supposedly, the system will be fully operational once it is installed and tested. The term derives from the idea that the customer need only "turn the key," or flip on a switch, and the system will be ready to use. Turnkey systems are often preferred by customers who do not wish, or lack the expertise, to become encumbered in the complexities of system installation, configuration, and testing.
An application satisfied completely by delivering and installing a system that is ready to operate.
n. A finished system, complete with all necessary hardware and documentation and with software installed and ready to be used.
1) Computer packages that are already prepared by a hardware manufacturer or software house and are ready to run. 2) Any system of machines that is ready for immediate use.