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Network Computers and comp.sys.net-computer.* newsgroups FAQ v1.10
Section - 8. What is the Network Computer Profile?

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  The Network Computer Profile is the current standard to which all real
 Network Computers must comply. Maintained by the Open Group the profile
 outlines what minimum facilities a device must provide to be called
 a Network Computer, and what standards must be used to provide those
 facilities, eg SMTP for sending mail and HTTP for fetching web pages.

  Details can be found at http://www.opennc.org/

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