A kind of connection to a FDDI network where a host is simultaneously connected to two separate devices in the same FDDI ring. One of the connections becomes active while the other one is automatically blocked. If the first connection fails, the backup link takes over with no perceptible delay.
A dual-homed device can tolerate a fault in one of its “homes” whereas a dual-attached device can tolerate a fault in one of the rings.
- Dual in-line
hardware Dual In-Line Package.
- Dual in-line memory module
storage Small circuit boards carrying memory integrated circuits, with signal and power pins on both sides of the board, in contrast to single-in-line memory modules (SIMM). The individual gold or lead connectors (pins) on SIMMs, although they are on both sides of the chip, are connected to the same memory chip, while on a DIMM, […]
- Dual in-line package
hardware (DIL, DIP) The most common type of package for small and medium scale integrated circuits, with up to about 48 pins. The pins hang vertically from the two long edges of the rectangular package, spaced at intervals of 0.1 inch. The pins fit through holes in the circuit board to which they are soldered […]
[doo-uh-liz-uh m, dyoo-] /ˈdu əˌlɪz əm, ˈdyu-/ noun 1. the state of being dual or consisting of two parts; division into two. 2. Philosophy. 3. Theology. /ˈdjuːəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. the state of being twofold or double 2. (philosophy) the doctrine, as opposed to idealism and materialism, that reality consists of two basic types of substance […]