The de facto standard protocol in the United States for transmitting data over telephone lines at transmission rates of 300 baud. The Bell 103A standard defines asynchronous, full-duplex communication. Europe and Japan use the CCITT V.21 protocol.
- Bell 212A
The de facto standard protocol in the United States for transmitting data over telephone lines at transmission rates of 1,200 bps. The Bell 212A standard defines asynchronous, full-duplex communications. Europe and Japan use the CCITT V.22 protocol.
Named one of the Top 100 IT companies in BusinessWeek three years in a row, BenQ has manufacturing plants in China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Mexico. Formerly Acer Communications & Multimedia, the name BenQ was adopted in December 2001. BenQ’s product lines are managed by four business groups: Imaging Network (scanners, optical drives, digital cameras, color […]
Also called Beowulf computing or Beowulf cluster computing, it is a High Performance Computing Cluster (HPCC) that consists of clustering computer systems on a high speed network running open source operating systems, like Linux or FreeBSD and also using Beowulf software to function as a single massive parallel computer. Beowulf clusters are most commonly used […]
- Berkeley Internet Name Domain
Abbreviated as BIND, Berkeley Internet Name Domain is the most common implementation of the DNS protocol on the Internet. It’s freely available under the BSD License. BIND DNS servers are believed to be providing about 80 percent of all DNS services. BIND was developed by the University of California at Berkeley. The most current release […]
- Berkeley Packet Filter
The Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF) is a new architecture for user-level packet capture. BPF provides a raw interface to data link layers in a protocol-independent fashion. All packets on the network, even those destined for other hosts, are accessible through this mechanism. * The packet filter appears as a character special device, /dev/bpf0, /dev/bpf1 and […]