Definition of interoperable in English:

interoperable

Line breaks: inter|oper|able
Pronunciation: /ɪntərˈɒp(ə)rəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

(Of computer systems or software) able to exchange and make use of information.
More example sentences
  • The company says the software will also be interoperable with Java application server standards.
  • Network new product development goes beyond just using interoperable software.
  • The basic picture is that we have a groups of families of interoperable software tools with lots of overlap.

Derivatives

interoperability

Pronunciation: /-əˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • The lack of interoperability among storage devices also creates security problems.
  • It also simplifies the integration and the interoperability of complex software components.
  • Another casualty might be the software interoperability that we currently take for granted.

interoperate

verb
More example sentences
  • Patent holders are not required to make an all-comers general license available to parties who want to write software that interoperates with the patented process.
  • Besides functionality, merits include the copyright and patent policies attached to a product, and the disclosure of file formats and communication protocols so that other software may interoperate.
  • As a result of this acquisition process, their voice and data communications systems cannot interoperate, and their databases cannot share information.

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