NOS

Dictionary of Computer and Internet Terms for: NOS
NOS
  1. (Network Operating System) any special operating system or operating system extension that supports networking. For an example, see novell netware.
  2. (New Old Stock) old but never sold to a customer and still in original packaging; this describes parts for obsolete equipment or the like. Compare LNIB.
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