One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An interconnecting network; (Computing) a network composed of two or more interconnected networks.
Chiefly Computing and Television. Occurring or existing between networks; involving two or more networks.
with object Originally: to connect (a number of computers or devices) to form a network. Later: to interconnect (two or more networks) so as to form a larger network.
Late 19th century. From inter- + network, originally after German Zwischennetz<br>1980s; earliest use found in IEEE Communications Magazine. From internetwork.
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