A standard interface for connecting printers and other parallel devices. Although Centronics Corporation designed the original standard, the Centronics interface used by modern computers was designed by Epson Corporation. For PCs, almost all parallel ports conform to the Centronics standard. Two new parallel port standards that are backward compatible with Centronics, but offer faster transmission rates, are ECP (Extend Capabilities Port) and EPP (Enhanced Parallel Port).
- Certified Wireless USB
The Wireless USB application is based on WiMedia’s Ultra Wideband common radio platform, enabling PC.s, peripherals, consumer electronics and mobile devices to connect using using a common interface at up to 480Mbps at 3 meters. This technology was created by the Wireless USB Promoter Group: Agere Systems, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Microsoft, NEC Electronics, Philips and […]
- Certified eBay Solutions Provider
When choosing a third-party eBay applications or hosted services, you can verify the application works with the eBay platform by checking for eBay certified logos. Applications (or Web sites) displaying the Certified eBay Solutions Provider logo have met a higher level of certification than those verified as an eBay Compatible Application. Certified Providers are screened […]
- Check Point Software Technologies
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. is the corporate name of a security vendor that offers security for networks, data and endpoints, unified under a single management framework. Check Point customers include tens of thousands of businesses and organizations of all sizes including all Fortune 100 companies. Some of the company’s products and services include ZoneAlarm, […]
A Macintosh desk accessory (DA) that enables you to select and configure printers and network devices, such as file servers.
(1) Short for Google Chrome browser. (2) Short for Google Chrome operating system. See Google Chrome: From Browser to Operating System” in the Did You Know…? section of