a telegraphic code designed to convey a message with a minimum number of words and thereby reduce toll costs.
noun 1. a school that trains people for careers in business. noun 1. a college providing tuition in commercial skills, such as shorthand and book-keeping
noun 1. credit issued by a bank to a business to finance trading or manufacturing operations.
noun 1. fertilizer manufactured chemically, as distinguished from natural fertilizer, as manure.
- Commercial internet exchange
networking, body (CIX) The CIX is a non-profit, 501(c)6, trade association coordinating Internet services. Its member organisations provide TCP/IP or OSI data internetwork services to the general public. The CIX gives them unrestricted access to other worldwide networks. It also takes an interest in the development and future direction of the Internet. The CIX provides […]