join to

join (something) to (something else)

to connect something to something else. We joined our club to the other club. We joined our chorus to the other chorus, making a huge singing group.
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announced today that Chevron has selected and is implementing JOIN to manage IP addresses across the Chevron computing network in the United States.
Competitive Automation has tailored JOIN to accommodate the requirements of several customers, both in the end-user arena such as the New York Times, and for developers of computing platforms such as Digital Equipment Corporation.