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backbone The highest level in the computer network hierarchy, to which smaller networks typically connect
media any material that allows data to flow thought it or be stores on it: includes hard and floppys disks, wire, cable, and fiber optics
network operating system (NOS) an operation system that manages networks resources
interoperability the ability of one computer system to communicate with another; often refers to diff operating systems working together
kernel The essential part of an operating system; provides basic services always resides in memory
shell A command-based interface that allows a user to issue commands
x.org a windowing system used UNIX and all popular operating systems
network interface card (NIC) A circuit board within a computers central processing unit that serves as interface enabling the computer to connect to a network
Created by: ash.sa2