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Commercial

1. Describing a company or other organization that produces, transports, or sells a commodity.

2. An advertisement, especially one broadcast on television. See also: Marketing.
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The commercial version of 2do Intelligent Task Manager improves on the award-winning shareware 2DO in many ways:
SPRY brought the first commercial versions of Mosaic to the market, opening up the Web to many more businesses and individuals with SPRY's 'Instant Internet Access' technology," said Douglas Colbeth, Spyglass' president and CEO.
The product is also available as a full commercial version that can be used on thousands of computers.
military in the XX25," said James Kaschmitter, CEO of UltraCell, "It supports our current efforts to bring the unit to full production later this year, and the UC25 commercial version, early next year.
Under the Phase II grant the company will provide a commercial version of MEDRN to a selected community for a pilot program, which will assess its effectiveness at improving management of both everyday incidents and major disasters.
UltraCell anticipates Beta testing of the XX25 later this year, as well as a commercial version, the UltraCell UC25.
HOUSTON -- Landmark, a brand of the Halliburton (NYSE:HAL) Digital and Consulting Solutions Division, is releasing the commercial version of DecisionSpace(R) Nexus(TM) software, a breakthrough technology developed in collaboration with BP that is designed to perform reservoir simulation on both simple and complex reservoirs at unprecedented speed.
2 is a commercial version of software originally developed by a team led by SwRI as part of a 10-year project for NASA to develop a probabilistic design tool for the space shuttle main engine.
Linux developers have used commercial versions of Linux more than non-commercial versions in the past, in 2003 the preference for a commercial version of Linux was double that of non-commercial Linux, but, according to Evans Data Corporation's new Spring 2005 Linux Development Survey, that has now changed and Linux developers now prefer non-commercial versions of Linux.
Additional capabilities found in the commercial version are transient simulation, coupled thermal analysis, parametric modeling and automated equivalent circuit generation.

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