What Is Network Operating System?

August 16, 2022

A Network Operating System (NOS) is an operating system created with the intent to serve PCs, workstations, and older terminals connected via a Local Area Network (LAN). The underlying Network Operating System software enables resource sharing and communication between different devices in the network.

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