Axerra Networks is the corporate name of a provider of circuit emulation and service emulation solutions over packet access networks. Axerra Networks uses a technology called “Pseudowire” to provide a full-service alternative to TDM access. Pseudowires convert any access network including Carrier Ethernet, broadband wireless including WiMAX, cable HFC, xDSL, and xPON into a multiservice alternative to TDM access. The company, Axerra Networks, was established in November 2000.
An open source RDBMS that supports SQL and JDBC written in and for the Java programming language. It is under a commercial-friendly (BSD) license. Axion canm be used in commercial products containing millions of rows and gigabytes of data and offers primarily a write-once, in-process database. Axion is being actively developed has not yet had […]
A Linux distribution that was created by Jay Klepacs. This distribution uses KDE as the default window system and it was designed to give users a Windows XP style look and feel. Formerly called “Peanut Linux”, the last version of aLinux to be released was Version 12.8 on July 28, 2006.
An electronic commerce term used to describe a visitor on a Web page who leaves that page before completing the desired action. Examples of abandonment include exiting before signing up for a newsletter or downloading an incentive. A similar electronic commerce term, shopping cart abandonment, refers to visitors who add items to their online shopping […]
To stop a program or function before it has finished naturally. The term abort refers to both requested and unexpected terminations. For example, many applications let you abort a search or a print job by pressing a specified abort key. On the other hand, programs can abort unexpectedly for any of the following reasons: bugs […]
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The portion of a Web page that is visible once the page has loaded, normally it is the very top part of a Web page. Above the fold is a key section of a Web site for advertisements and banner ads. This term is derived from the newspaper industry, referring to the portion of the […]