hostless

Related to hostless: hostess

hostless

(ˈhəʊstləs)
adj
lacking a hostinhospitable
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"We will go hostless this year, and I think it will give us more time to honor those shows."
To avoid using the already overloaded term serverless, I'm going to use the word host1 here, hence the name of the trait, hostless.
The Pinnacle 100 seamlessly incorporates a powerful Cortex M4F controller running a hostless Zephyr RTOS-based software implementation, complete Bluetooth 5 functionality, and LTE CAT-M1/NB-IoT capabilities all fully certified from a radio regulatory, cellular and network carrier perspective.
For all the hand-wringing about the Oscars going hostless for the first time in 30 years, the monologue-less opening went off without a hitch.
How did this hostless, hyperscrutinized, weirdly insecure (and did we mention hostless?) Oscar night turn out for those at home, who still bask in the glow of chips-and-queso and watch from the embrace of our nifty new gravity blankets?
In particular, they noted how the Oscars were hostless, how no awards would be presented during commercial breaks and, with the first Trump dig of the night, mentioned that Mexico would not be paying for that wall.
The ceremony was presented hostless for the first time in 30 years after Kevin Hart stepped down as the host following a controversy surrounding his old homophobic tweets.
But it looks like the organizers may have found some big names to help present awards at the now "hostless" Oscars. 
On Saturday night we glimpsed the future of telly quiz shows, and much like driverless cars and pilotless planes, Spotless showed that hostless shows are the way forward.
The LTP0201 SiP module includes a low power 32-bit RISC MCU, on-chip SRAM and internal SPI NOR Flash, can be applied in a hostless mode (no external MCU) or hosted mode where it connects to an 8/16/32-bit microcontroller through UART/SPI, or SDIO interfaces.
To provide users with a superior mobile broadband experience, the modem is able to operate in a hostless mode; without the need for a driver and will support various operating systems such as Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
In 2001, the company introduced its first server products, VMware GSX (hosted) and VMware ESX (hostless).