A free programming language for numerical analysis. It is most commonly used in aerospace and related fields. Algae got its start in 1989 in the Boeing Aerospace Company, now the Boeing Defense & Space Group, and was originally called ISMLAB. The ISMLAB project was cancelled in 1991, but was released again under the name of AMPL in 1994. Finally, the project was renamed to Algae in early 1997.
A personal computing programming language that was originally developed as a replacement for BASIC. ABC is suitable for beginners and experts alike and can be used for more general programming tasks, such as those a programmer might have used BASIC, Pascal, or AWK for.
The name of a UK-based company that designs, builds and markets server appliances. The company’s products and services include network management, messaging and security server appliances.
The corporate name of a Wi-Fi software solution provider, headquartered in San Bruno, California. Devicescape offers Wi-Fi solutions that are designed to effortlessly connect to any Wi-Fi network. One product, Easy Wi-Fi, is a solution that makes Wi-Fi devices easy to set up, easy to use, compatible with any Wi-Fi network, and usable all over […]
- Automated Clearing House Network
Abbreviated as ACH, it is a network of batch processing systems for clearing electronic payments for participating financial agencies in the United States. Transactions received by a financial agency are stored and processed in batches, rather than in single transactions by the ACH network. The ACH network is governed by The Electronic Payments Association (NACHA). […]
- hot backup
A technique used in data storage and backup that enables a system to perform a routine backup of data, even if the data is being accessed by a user. Hot backups are a popular backup solution for multi-user systems as no downtime to perform the backup is required. If a user alters the data during […]