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Computer Abbreviations / full form for IBPS, PO, SSC

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List of A

• AAL: ATM Adaptation Layer
• AARP: AppleTalk Address Resolution Protocol
• ABM: Asynchronous Balance Mode (HDLC)
• ABR: Available Bit Rate
• AC: Access Control (IEEE)
• ACF: Access Control Field (DQDB)
• ACK: Acknowledgment
• ADM: Add/Drop Multiplexer
• ADSL: Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Links
• AIS: Alarm Indication Signal (SONET)
• ANI: Automatic Number Identification
• ANS: American National Standards
• ANSI: American National Standards Institute
• API: Application Programming Interface
• APS: Automatic Protection Switching
• ARM: Asynchronous Response Mode (HDLC)
• ARP: Address Resolution Protocol
• Async: Asynchronous
• ATM: Asynchronous Transfer Mode
• AU: Access Unit (DQDB)
• AUI: Attachment Unit Interface (Ethernet 802.3) • ABIOS: Advanced Basic Input Output System
• ABIST: Automatic Built-In Self-Test (IBM)

• ABLE: Adaptive Battery Life Extender

• ABLE: Agent Building and Learning Environment (IBM)

• ABM: Asynchronous Balanced Mode (HDLC data transfer mode (Network))

• ABNF: Augmented Backus Naur Form (Syntax description for programming languages)

• ABR: Available Bit Rate (One of five ATM Forum defined service types. Supports variable bit rate data traffic with flow control, a minimum guaranteed data transmission rate and specified performance parameters (Communication))

• ABRS: Automated Book Request System
• ABS: ABSolute
• ABS: Address Book Synchronization
• ADSL: Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line • AGP: Accelerated Graphics Port

• AI: Artificial Intelligence
• ALGOL: Algorithmic Language
• ALU: Arithmetic Logic Unit
• ANSI: American National Standards Institute
• API: Application Program Interface
• APIPA: Automatic Private Internet Protocol Addressing
• APT: Automatically Programmed Tooling
• ARP: Address Resolution Protocol
• ARPANET: Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
• ASCII: American Standard Code For Information Interchange • ASF: Advanced Streaming Format
• ASP: Active Server Pages
• ATAPI: Advanced Technology Attachment Packet Interface
• ATM: Asynchronous Transfer Mode
• AUI: Attachment Unit Interface
• AVI: Audio Video Interleave

 

List of B

• B8ZS Bipolar with 8 Zero Substitution
• BCC Block Check Characters
• BCD Binary Coded Decimal
• BECN Backward Explicit Congestion Notification (FR) • Bellcore Bell Communications Research

• BER Bit Error Ratio or Rate
• BGP Border Gateway Protocol
• BIP Bit Interleaved Parity (8)
• B-ISDN Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network
• B-NT Broadband Network Terminator
• BO Bit Oriented (SONET)
• BOC Bell Operating Company
• BOM Beginning of Message (DQDB)
• BootP Bootstrap Protocol
• bps Bits per second or bytes per second
• BRI Basic Rate Interface (ISDN)
• BSC IBMÕs Binary Synchronous Communications protocol • B-TA Broadband Terminal Adapter (ATM)
• B-TE Broadband Terminal Equipment (ATM)
• BASIC: Beginner`s All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code • BCD: Binary Coded Decimal
• BDPS:: Business Data Processing Systems
• BHTML: Broadcast Hyper Text Markup Language

• BIOS: Basic Input Output System • BIU: Bus Interface Unit
• BMP: Bitmap
• BPS: Bytes Per Seconds

 

List of C

• CAD/CAM Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing
• CBDS Connectionless Broadband Data Service
• CBEMA Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association • CBR Constant Bit Rate
• CCI Carrier-to-Carrier Interface
• CCITT Consultative Committee International Telegraph & Telephone
• CE Connection Endpoint
• CEPT Conference on European Post & Telegraph
• CIR Committed Information Rate (FR)
• CL Connectionless (SONET)
• CLEC Competitive Local Exchange Carrier
• CLLM Consolidated Link Layer Management (FR)
• CLNP Connectionless Layer Network Protocol
• CLNS ConnectionLess Network Service (OSI)
• CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check or Test
• CS Convergence Sublayer (DQDB)
• CSMA/CD Carrier-Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection
• CSU Channel Service Unit
• CTI Computer-to-telephony interface
• C-DAC: Centre For Development Of Advanced Computing
• CAD: Computer Aided Design
• CADD: Computer Added Drafting And Design
• CAI: Computer Aided Instructuion

• CAM: Computer Aided Manufacturing
• CAR: Control Address Register
• CASE: Computer Aided Software Engineering
• CCIS: Common Channel Interoffice Signaling
• CCNA: Cisco Certified Network Associate
• CD: Compact Disc
• CD RW: Compact Disc ReWritable
• CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access
• CDROM: Compact Disc Read Only Memory
• CFG: Control Flow Graph
• CGI: Common Gateway Interface
• CGM: Computer Graphics Metafile
• CIDR: Classless InterDomain Routing
• CIM: Computer Integrated Manufacture
• CISC: Complex Instruction Set Computers
• CIX: Commercial Internet Exchange
• CLR: Common Language Runtime
• CMOS: Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
• CMS: Content Management System
• CMYK: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key (Black)
• COBOL: Common Business Oriented Language
• CORBA: Common Object Request Broker Architecture • CPI: Clock Cycle Per Instruction
• CPU: Central Processing Unit
• CRC: Cyclic Redundancy Check
• CRM: Customer Relationship Management
• CROM: Control Read Only Memory
• CRT: Cathode Ray Tube

• CUI: Character User Interface

 

List of D

• DA Destination Address field
• DAL Dedicated Access Line
• DARPA Defense Advanced Research Program Agency
• DARPAnet Defense Advanced Research Program Agency network • DAS Dual-Attach Station connection (FDDI)
• DCE Data Communications Equipment
• DCS Digital Cross-connect System
• DDD Direct Distance Dialing
• DDS Digital Data Service
• DEC Digital Equipment Corporation
• DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
• DLCI Data Link Connection Identifier (FR)
• DNIS Directory Number Information Service
• DNS Distributed Naming Service
• DPG Dedicated Packet Group (FDDI)
• DoD Department of Defense
• DQDB Distributed Queue Dual Bus (IEEE)
• DS0 Digital Signal Level 0
• DS1 Digital Signal Level 1
• DS3 Digital Signal Level 3
• DSAP Destination Service Access Point (LLC)
• DSG Default Slot Generator (DQDB)
• DSP Digital Signal Processor

• DSU Data Service Unit
• DTE Data Terminal Equipment
• DTMF Dual Tone MultiFrequency
• DVMRP Distance Vector MulticaRouting Protocol
• DXC Digital Cross-Connect
• DAC: Digital To Analog Converter
• DAO: Data Access Objects
• DARPANET: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Network • DBA: Data Base Administrator
• DBMS: Data Base Management System
• DCA: Defence Communication Agency
• DCL: Data Control Language
• DCOM: Distributed Component Object Model
• DCP: Data Communication Processor
• DDL: Data Definition Language
• DDOS: Distributed Denial Of Service
• DDP: Distributed Data Processing
• DFD: Data Flow Diagram
• DFS: Distributed File System
• DHCP: Dynamic Host Control Protocol
• DHTML: Dynamics Hyper Text Markup Language
• DLC: Data Link Control
• DLL: Dynamic Link Library
• DMA: Direct Memory Access
• DML: Data Manipulation Language
• DMTF: Distributed Management Test Force
• DNA: Distributed Internet Architecture
• DNS: Domain Name System (Server)

• DOM: Document Object Model
• DOS: Disk Operating System, Denial Of Service • DPI: Dots Per Inch
• DRAM: Dynamic Random Access Memory
• DSL: Digital Subscriber Line
• DSN: Digital Subscriber Network
• DTD: Document Type Definition
• DVD: Digital Versatile Disc

 

List of E

• EA Extended Address
• ECN Explicit Congestion Notification (FR)
• ECSA Exchange Carriers Standards Association
• ED End Delimiter (IEEE 802)
• EDI Electronic Data Interchange (or document interchange) • EGP Exterior Gateway Protocol
• EGRP Exterior Gateway Routing Protocol
• EIA Electronics Industries Association
• EIGRP Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
• EIR Excess Information Rate
• EMA Enterprise Management Architecture (DEC)
• EOM End Of Message
• EOT End Of Transmission
• ES End System (OSI)
• E: Electronic
• EULA: End User License Agreement
• ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning
• EROM: Erasable Read Only Memory
• EPROM: Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
• ENIAC: Electronics Numerical Integrator And Calculator
• EJB: Enterprise Java Beans
• EFS: Encrypted File System

• EEPROM: Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory

• EDCDIC: Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code • EDC: Electronic Digital Computer
• EBCDIC: Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code • EAROM: Electrically Alterable Read Only Memory

 

List of F

• F Flag
• FC Frame Control field (FDDI)
• FCS Frame Check Sequence (FR)
• FDDI Fiber Distributed Data Interface (ANSI)
• FDM Frequency Division Multiplexing
• FEBE Far End Block Error
• FEC Forward Error Correction
• FECN Forward Explicit Congestion Notification (FR)
• FERF Far End Reporting Failure
• FIFO First In, First Out
• FM Frequency Modulation
• FOIRL Fiber-Optic InterRepeater Link (Ethernet 802.3)
• fps Frames per second
• FR Frame Relay
• FRAD Frame Relay Assembler/Disassembler, or Access Device • FS Frame Status field (FDDI)
• FAT: File Allocation Table
• FTP: File Transfer Protocol
• FRAM: Ferro Electric Random Access Memory
• FPS: Frames Per Second
• FORTRAN: Formula Translation
• FO: Fiber Optics
• FLOPS: Floating Point Operations Per Second

• FIFO: First In First Out
• FDMA: Frequency Division Multiple Access • FDDI: Fiber Distributed Data Interface
• FDD: Floppy Disk Drive

 

List of G

• Gbit Gigabits (billions of bits)
• Gbps Gigabits per second (109 bps)
• GFC Generic Flow Control
• GGP Gateway-Gateway Protocol (DoD)
• GOS Grade of Service
• GOSIP Government Open System Interconnection Profile • GB: Giga Bytes
• GIF: Graphic Interchange Format
• GIGO: Garbage In Garbage Out
• GML: General Markup Language
• GPL: General Public License
• GUI: Graphical User Interface

 

List of H

• HCS Header Check Sequence (DQDB)
• HDTV High Definition TeleVision
• HDLC High-Level Data Link Control (ISO) • HEC Header Error Control
• HOB Head of Bus
• HSRP Hot Standby Routing Protocol
• HSSI High-Speed Serial Interface
• Hz Hertz or cycles per second
• HDD: Hard Disk Drive
• HFS: Hierarchical File System
• HP: Hewlett Packard
• HPC: High Performance Computing
• HPFS: High Performance File System
• HSR: Horizontal Scan Rate
• HTML: Hyper Text Markup Language
• HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

 

List of I

• IGP Interior Gateway Protocol
• IGP Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
• IP Internet Protocol (DoD)
• IPCP Internet Protocol Control Protocol (DoD)
• IPX Internetwork Packet Exchange protocol (Novell)
• IS Intermediate System (OSI)
• ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network
• ISDU Isochronous Service Data Unit (DQDB)
• IS-IS Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (OSI) • ISO International Standards Organization
• ISP Internet Service Protocol
• ISSI Inter-Switching System Interface (SMDS)
• ISU Isochronous Service User (SMDS)
• IT Integrated Technology
• ITU International Telecommunications Union
• ITU-T ITU – Telecommunications standardization sector • IVR Integrated Voice Recognition
• IXC Intere Xchange Carrier
• IO: Input Output
• IBM: International Business Machines
• IC: Integrated Circuit
• ICMP: Internet Control Message Protocol

• ICS: Reduce Instruction Set Computer
• ICT: Information And Communication Technology
• IDE: Integrated Development Environment
• IE: Internet Explorer
• IGMP: Internet Group Management Protocol
• IL: Intermediate Language
• IOP: InputOutput Processor
• IP: Internet Protocol
• IPX: Internetworked Packet Exchange
• IRAM: Integration Ram
• IRC: Internet Relay Chat
• IRDA: Infrared Data Association
• IRQ: Interrupt Request
• ISAPI: Internet Server Application Program Interface • ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network
• ISO: International Standard Organization
• ISP: Internet Service Provider
• ISR: Interrupt Service Routine
• IT: Information Technology
• ITPL: Information Technology Park Limited (India)

 

List of J

• JCL: Job Control Language
• JSP: Java Server Pages
• JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group
• JHTML: Java Within Hyper Text Markup Language • JDBC: Java Data Base Connectivity

 

List of K

• kbit kilobit (thousands of bits)
• kbps kilobits per second (103 bps) • km kilometers (103 meters)
• kb: kilobytes

 

List of L

• LAN Local Area Network
• LANE LAN Emulation
• LAP-F Link Access Procedure – Frame Mode • LAT Local Area Transport protocol (DEC)
• LCD Liquid Crystal Display
• LCGN Logical Channel Group Number
• LCP Link Control Protocol
• LEC Local Exchange Carrier
• LECS LAN Emulation Configuration Server
• LES LAN Emulation Server
• LLC Logical Link Control (IEEE 802.X)
• LSB Least Significant Bit
• LT Line Termination
• LAN: Local Area Network
• LCD: Liquid Crystal Display
• LDAP: Light Weight Directory Access Control • LIFO: Last In First Out
• LIPS: Logical Interfaces Per Second
• LOC: Lines Of Code
• LSI: Large Scale Integration
• LSP: Layered Service Provider

 

List of M

• m meter
• MAC Media Access Control (IEEE 802.X)
• MAN Metropolitan Area Network (DQDB, FDDI)
• Mbit Megabits (millions of bits)
• Mbps Megabits per second (106 bps)
• MCF MAC Convergence Function (DQDB)
• MCP MAC Convergence Protocol (DQDB)
• MHz Megahertz
• MIB Management Information Base (SNMP)
• MIC Media Interface Connector (FDDI)
• MIPS Millions of Instructions Per Second
• MMF Multimode Fiber
• MOP Maintenance and Operation Protocol (DEC)
• MOSPF Multicast Open Shortest Path First
• MPEG Motion Picture Encoding Group
• MPOA MultiprotocolOver ATM
• ms millisecond (one-thousandth of a second, 10-3 seconds) • ms microsecond (10-6 second)
• MSAP MAC Service Access Point (SMDS)
• MSB Most Significant Bit
• MSDU MAC Service Data Unit (SMDS)
• MSS MAN Switching System (SMDS)
• MTU Maximum Transmission Unit

• MUX Multiplexer
• MAC: Media Access Control
• MAN: Metropolitan Area Network
• MAU: MultiStation Access Unit
• MB: Mega Bytes
• MBONE: Multicast Backbone
• MBPS: Mega Bytes Per Second
• MBR: Master Boot Record
• MCP: Microsoft Certified Professional
• MCS: Multicast Server
• MDI: Multiple Document Interface
• MDS: Microcomputer Development System
• MFC: Microsoft Foundation Classes
• MFT: Master File Table
• MG: Mega Bytes
• MICR: MagneticInk Characters Reader
• MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface
• MIMD: Multiple Instruction Multiple Data
• MIME: Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions • MIPS: Millions Of Instructions Per Second
• MISD: Multiple Instruction Single Data
• MODEM: Modulator And Demodulator
• MP3: Motion Pictures Experts Group Layer 3 • MPEG: Motion Pictures Experts Group
• MS: Microsoft
• MSDN: Microsoft Developer Network
• MSIIS: Microsoft Internet Information Server • MSIL: Microsoft Intermediate Language

• MSMQ: Microsoft Message Queue
• MSN: Microsoft Network
• MSRAP: Microsoft Remote Administration Protocol • MSRPC: Microsoft Remote Procedure Call
• MTS: Microsoft Transaction Server
• MTU: Maximum Transmission Unit
• MUDS: MultiUser Dungeons

 

List of N

• NBP Name Binding Protocol
• NCP Network Control Protocol or Point (SNA)
• NE Network Element
• NetBIOS Network Basic Input/Output System protocol
• NFS Network File Server
• nm nanometer (10-9 meter)
• NIC Network Interface Card
• NMP Network Management Process (SMDS)
• NMS Network Management System or Station
• NNI Network-Node Interface (SONET)
• NNI Network-to-Network Interface (FR)
• NOS Network Operating System
• NP Network Performance
• NPA Numbering Plan Area
• NRM Normalized Response Mode (ISO)
• NRZ Non-return to zero
• NRZI Non-return to zero invert ones
• ns nanosecond (10-9 second)
• NSAP Network Service Access Point
• NTx Network Termination x (where X = 1, 2, …)
• NAS: Network Attached Storage
• NASSCOM: National Association Of Software & Service Companies

• NCP: Network Control Protocol
• NDIS: Network Driver Interface Specification
• NDRO: Nondestructive Read Out
• NETBEUI: Netbios Enhanced User Interface
• NIC: National Informatics Centre
• NNTP: Network News Transfer Protocol
• NSFNET: National Science Foundation Network • NTFS: New Technology File System
• NTP: Network Time Protocol

 

List of O

• OAM Operations and Maintenance
• OC-N Optical Carrier Level N (SONET)
• OCR Optical Character Recognition
• OH Overhead
• OID Object Identifier (SNMP)
• OOF Out of Frame
• ONA Open Network Architecture
• OS Operating System
• OSI Open Systems Interconnection
• OSI CLNS Connectionless Network System (OSI) • OSIRM OSI Reference Model
• OSPF Open Shortest Path First
• OTC Operating Telephone Company
• OCR: Optical Character Readers
• ODBC: Open Data Base Connectivity
• OLE: Object Linking And Embedding
• OMR: Optical Mark Reader
• ONE: Open Network Architecture
• OOA: Object Orient Analysis
• OOAD: Object Oriented Analysis And Design
• OOP: Object Oriented Programming
• OOPS: Object Oriented Programming System
• OPEN GL: Open Graphics Library

• OS: Operating System
• OSI: Open System Interconnection

 

List of P

• PCN Personal Communications Network • PCR Peak Cell Rate
• PCS Personal Communications Services • PDC Packet Data Channel (FDDI)

• PDN Public Data Network
• PDS Packet Driver Specification for public domain
• PDU Protocol Data Unit (IEEE)
• Ph-SAP Physical layer SAP (DQDB)
• PHY Physical layer standard (FDDI)
• PID Protocol IDentification
• PIM Protocol Independent Multicast
• Ping Packet Internet Groper
• PIR Protocol Independent Routing
• PL PAD Length (DQDB)
• PLCP Physical Layer Convergence Protocol (DQDB)
• PM Performance Monitoring
• PMD Physical Layer Medium Dependent standard (FDDI) • POH Path Overhead (SONET)
• POI Path Overhead Identifier (DQDB)
• PON Passive Optical Network
• POP: Post Office Protocol
• POTS Plain Old Telephone Service
• PPP Point-to-Point Protocol (Internet)
• Pps Packets per second
• PC: Personal Computer
• PCI: Peripheral Component Interconnect

• PCMCIA: Personal Computer Memory Card International Association • PDA: Personal Digital Assistant

• PDF: Portable Document Format
• PDL: Page Description Language
• PDU: Protocol Data Unit
• PIC: Programming Interrupt Control
• PILOT: Programmed Inquiry Learning Or Teaching • PLA: Programmable Logic Array

• PLC: Programmable Logic Controller • PNG: Portable Network Graphics
• PNP: Plug And Play
• PPP: Peer To Peer Protocol

• PPTP: Point To Point Tunneling Protocol • PROM: Programmable Read Only Memory

• PS: Post Script

 

List of Q

• QA Queued Arbitrated (DQDB) segment, slot, access function • QAF Queued Arbitrated Function (DQDB)
• QoS Quality of Service
• QPSX Queued Packet and Synchronous Exchange

 

List of R

• RBOC Regional Bell Operating Company • RCP Remote Console Protocol (DEC)
• RDI Remote Defect Indication (ATM)
• REJ Reject frame

• RFC Request for Comments
• RIP Routing Information Protocol
• RISC Reduced Instruction Set Computer
• RJE Remote Job Entry
• RMT Ring Management (FDDI)
• RR Receive Ready frame
• RSVP Resource Reservation Protocol
• RTMP Routing and Management Protocol (Apple)
• RTP Routing Update Protocol
• RADSL: RateAdaptive Digital Subscribes Line
• RAID: Redundant Array Of Independent Disks
• RAM: Random Access Memory
• RAMDAC: Random Access Memory Digital To Analog Converter • RAS: Remote Access Network
• RD RAM: Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory
• RDBMS: Relational Data Base Management System
• RDO: Remote Data Objects
• RDP: Remote Desktop Protocol
• RFC: Request For Comments

• RGB: Red Green Blue
• RICS: Reduced Instruction Set Computer • RIP: Raster Image Processor
• RISC: Reduced Instruction Set Computer • ROM: Read Only Memory
• RPC: Remote Procedure Call
• RTC: Real Time Clock
• RTF: Rich Text Format
• RTOS: Real Time Operating System

 

List of S

• s second
• SA Source Address field
• SAP Service Access Point (ISO)
• SAPI Service Access Point Identifier (ISO)
• SAR Segmentation and Re-assembly (ATM)
• SAS Single-Attach Station connection (FDDI)
• SD Start Delimiter
• SDH Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (ITU-T)
• SDLC Synchronous Data Link Control protocol (IBM) • SDU Service Data Unit (DQDB)
• SES Severely Errored Seconds
• SF SuperFrame
• SMF Single-Mode Fiber
• SMT System Management protocol (FDDI)
• SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
• SN Sequence Number
• SNA System Network Architecture (IBM)
• SNAP SubNetwork Access Protocol (SMDS)
• SNI Subscriber Network Interface (SMDS)
• SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol (DoD) • SOH Section Overhead
• SONET Synchronous Optical Network (ANSI)
• SPE Synchronous Payload Envelope (SONET)

• SPF Shortest Path First protocol
• SPM FDDI-to-SONET Physical Layer Mapping standard
• SQL Structured Query Language
• SREJ Select Reject frame
• SRT Source Route Transparent protocol
• SS Switching System (SMDS)
• SSAP Source Service Access Point (LLC)
• SSCOP Service-Specific Connection Oriented Protocol (ATM)
• SSCS Service-Specific Convergence Sublayer (ATM)
• STE Section Terminating Equipment (SONET)
• STM Synchronous Transfer Mode or Station Management (SDH) • STM-n Synchronous Transport Module level n (SDH)
• STP Shielded Twisted Pair
• STP Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d)
• STS-n Synchronous Transport Signal Level n (SONET)
• STS-Nc Concatenated Synchronous Transport Signal Level N
• SVC Switched Virtual Circuit or Signaling Virtual Channel
• SYN Synchronous Idle
• SACK: Selective Acknowledgements
• SAM: Security Access Manager
• SAP: Service Access Point, Systems Applications Products
• SCMP: Software Configuration Management Plan
• SD RAM: Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
• SDD: Software Design Description
• SDK: Software Development Kit
• SDL: Storage Definition Language
• SDN: Integrated Service Digital Network
• SDRAM: Static Dynamic Random Access Memory

• SDSL: Symmetric Digital Subscribes Line
• SG RAM: Synchronous Graphics Random Access Memory • SGML: Standard Generalized Markup Language
• SIM: Subscriber Identification Module
• SIMD: Single Instruction Multiple Data
• SISD: Single Instruction Single Data
• SIU: Serial Interface Unit
• SMP: Symmetric MultiProcess
• SMS: Short Message Service
• SMTP: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
• SNA: System Network Architecture
• SNAP: Sub Network Access Protocol
• SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol
• SNOBOL: String Oriented Symbolic Language
• SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol
• SPX: Sequenced Packet Exchange
• SQA: Statistical Quality Assurance
• SQL: Structured Query Language
• SRAM: Static Random Access Memory
• SRS: Software Requirements Specification
• STP: Shielded Twisted Pair
• SVVP: Software Verification And Validation Plan
• SW: Software

List of T

• t time
• TA Terminal Adapter
• TAPI Telephony Application Program Interface
• TC Transmission Convergence sub-layer of PHY layer (ATM)
• TCP Transmission Control Protocol (DoD)
• TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (DoD) • TDM Time Division Multiplexing
• TDMA Time Division Multiple Access
• TE Terminal Equipment
• TP Transport Protocol (CCITT)
• TP4 Transport Protocol Class 4 (ISO)
• TR Technical Report
• TSAPI Telephony Services Application Programmers Interface
• TAPI: Telephony Application Program Interface
• TB: Tera Bytes
• TCP: Transmission Control Protocol
• TDI: Transport Data Interface
• TDMA: Time Division Multiple Access
• TPM: Transactions Processing Monitor
• TSR: Terminate And Stay Residents

 

 

List of U

• UBR Unspecified Bit Rate
• UDP User Datagram Protocol (DoD)
• UNI User-to-Network Interface
• UNMA Unified Network Management Architecture (AT&T) • UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair
• UDD: User Datagram Protocol
• UDP: User Datagram Protocol
• UI: User Interface
• UML: Unified Modelling Language
• UNC: Universal Naming Convention
• UNIX: Uniplexed Information And Computer Systems
• URL: Universal Resource Locator
• USB: Universal Serial Bus
• USRT: Universal Synchronous Receiver Transmitted
• UTP: Unshielded Twisted Pair

 

List of V

• VBR Variable Bit Rate
• VC Virtual Channel or Virtual Call
• VCC Virtual Channel Connection
• VLSI Very Large Scale Integration
• VP Virtual Path (ATM)
• VPI Virtual Path Identifier (ATM)
• VPN Virtual Private Network
• VAN: Virtual Area Network
• VAST: Very Small Aperture Terminal
• VB: Visual Basic
• VC++: Visual C++
• VCD: Video Compact Disc
• VDL: View Definition Language
• VGA: Video Graphics Array
• VHS: Video Home System
• VLIW: Very Long Instruction Words
• VLSI: Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits
• VPN: Virtual Private Network
• VRAM: Video Random Access Memory
• VRML: Virtual Reality Modelling Language
• VS: Visual Studio
• VSNL: Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited
• VVR: Software Validation And Validation Report

• VXD: Virtual Device Driver

 

List of W

• W3C – World Wide Web Consortium
• WFI – Wait For Interrupt
• WPAN – Wireless Personal Area Network
• WWID – World Wide Identifier
• WWN – World Wide Name
• WAIS: Wide Area Information Servers
• WAN: Wide Area Network
• WAP: Wireless Application Protocol
• WBEM: WebBase Enterprise Management
• WDM: Wave Division Multiplexing
• WHQL: Windows Hardware Quality Lab
• WINDOWS ME: Windows Millennium Edition • WINDOWS NT: Windows New Technology
• WINDOWS XP: Windows Experienced
• WINS: Windows Internet Name Service
• WMI: Windows Management Instrumentation • WML: Wireless Markup Language
• WORM: Write Once Read Many
• WSH: Windows Script Host
• WWW: World Wide Web
• WYSIWYG: What You See Is What You Get

 

List of X

• XMPP – eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol • XSD – XML Schema Definition
• XTF – eXtensible Tag Framework
• XUL – XML User Interface Language

• XVGA – Extended Video Graphics Adapter
• XHTML: Extensible Hyper Text Markup Language • XML: Extensible Markup Language
• XSL: Extensible Style Sheet Langauge

 

List of Y

• YACC: Yet Another Compiler Compiler

• Y2K: Year 2000

• Unix program (Operating systems)

• YAGNI: You Ain’t Gonna Need It {Part of the agile programmers mantra of writing only code that nees to be writing and not any that only might be needed (Net lingo)}

• YAHOO: Yet Another Hierarchically Officious Oracle

• YAHU: Yet Another Header Utility (Utilities for peeking into executables headers (Software))

• YAI: Yet Another Isp
• YAM: Yet Another Modem
• YAST: Yet Another Setup Tool
• YATE: Yet Another Terminal Emulator (Software) • YB: YottaByte 1024 zetabytes
• YDT: Yukon Daylight Time (Timezone: GMT -9:00) • YHBW: You Have Been Warned (Net lingo)
• YIM: Yahoo! Instant Messenger (Software)
• YMMV: Your Mileage May Vary (Net lingo)
• YST: Yukon Standard Time (Timezone: GMT -9:00) • YTD: Year To Date (Time series function)

• YUI: Yahoo! User Interface (Set of utilities and controls, written in JavaScript, for building richly interactive web applications using techniques such as DOM scripting, DHTML and AJAX (Software))

 

List of Z

• ZAC: Zero Administration Client

• ZAI: Zero Administration Initiative

• ZAK: Zero Administration Kit (Microsoft)

• ZAW: Zero Administration for Windows (Microsoft)

• ZB: ZetaByte (1024 exabytes)

• ZBR: Zero Bug Release (Point in the software development at which all features are correctly implemented and have no bugs logged against them (Software))

• ZBR: Zone-Bit Recording
• ZCAV: Zone Constant Angular Velocity (Hardware) • Z-CAV: Zoned Constant Angular Velocity
• ZD: Ziff-Davis
• ZDBOp: Ziff-Davis Benchmark OPeration
• ZDL: Zero Delay Lockout
• ZDMI: Ziff-Davis Market Intelligence
• ZDS: Zenith Data Systems
• ZDTV: Ziff-Davis TeleVision
• ZEN: Zero Effort Networking (Novell)
• ZIF: Zero Insertion Force (Hardware)
• ZIP: Zigzag Inline Package (Hardware)
• ZIP: Zone Improvement Plan (Postal code)
• ZLR: Zoom Lens Reflex (Hardware)
• ZNA: Zero Network Administration (Network)
• ZOPE: Z Object Publishing Environment
• ZPV: Zoomed Port Video • ZSL: Zero Slot Lan

• ZV: Zoomed Video

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