A protocol that enables the devices that comprise an MFP to send and receive data packets to each other across a single physical channel at the same time. The protocol was specified by IEEE 1284.4, which is an enhancement to the IEEE 1284 protocol for parallel port computing.
Acronym for DOT (as in DOT-COM) Brick And Mortar. DOTBAM refers to the online division or group of a traditional brick-and-mortar store. DOTBAMs are also called click-and-mortars.
(1) A metaphor for describing the non-physical terrain created by computer systems. Online systems, for example, create a cyberspace within which people can communicate with one another (via e-mail), do research, or simply window shop. Like physical space, cyberspace contains objects (files, mail messages, graphics, etc.) and different modes of transportation and delivery. Unlike real […]
Short for DOS Protected Mode Interface.
Short for Display Power Management Signaling, a VESA interface standard that defines four power management modes for monitors in idle state: on, stand-by, suspend and off. Using DPMS, the display controller (typically the video card or chip from which the monitor receives signals) sends a signal along two signal lines �� horizontal sync (h-sync) and […]
Pronounced dee-ram, DRAM stands for dynamic random access memory, a type of memory used in most personal computers.