A carrier’s carrier is a telecommunications industry business model where a carrier sells or leases bandwidth on its own infrastructure to another telecom carrier for reselling to their own customers. There are two applications for carrier’s carrier; the customer carrier is an Internet service provider (ISP), or the customer carrier is an MPLS VPN provider. Also called carrier-of-carriers.
(1) A removable storage medium (tape, disk, or memory chip). Some printers have slots in which you can insert cartridges to load different fonts. A font loaded from a cartridge is called a font cartridge or cartridge font. The term removable cartridge usually refers to a type of hard disk that you can remove. Removable […]
- cartridge refill kit
In inkjet printing, a refill kit is a do-it-yourself option for refilling an empty printer ink cartridge. The kit will include compatible ink for your printer that matches your cartridge type, as well as an injector needle which you use to fill the empty ink cartridge.
In videoconferencing systems, cascading is the term used to describe the method for allowing multiple participants to enter the conference beyond what a single multipoint control unit (MCU) can support. Cascading usually means to connect two separate MCUs, where the second MCU acts and is treated as other participants. The host MCU will send the […]
- cascading windows
An arrangement of windows such that they overlap one another. Typically, the title bar remains visible so that you can always see which windows are open. Cascading windows are also called overlaid windows. An alternative arrangement of windows, in which every window is completely visible, is called tiled windows.
(adj.) Describes a program’s ability to distinguish between uppercase (capital) and lowercase (small) letters. A case-sensitive program that expects you to enter all commands in uppercase will not respond correctly if you enter one or more characters in lowercase. It will treat the command RUN differently from run. Programs that do not distinguish between uppercase […]