Short for Error-Correcting Code memory, a type of memory that includes special circuitry for testing the accuracy of data as it passes in and out of memory.
Short for the European Copyright Directive of 2001, the implementation of the WIPO Treaties for the European Union; similar to the DMCA in the U.S. Also referred to as the EUCD (European Union Copyright Directive).
Short for European Computer Manufacturers Association, a non-profit international industry association founded in 1961 dedicated to the worldwide standardization of information and communication systems. The ECMA��s key areas of activity are: high-speed communication, including protocols, interfaces, networks and network management computer telephony integration storage media, including optical disks, CD-ROM, DVD, magnetic tape and magnetic disks […]
Short for Electronic Commerce Modeling Language. ECML is a universal format for online commerce Web sites that contains customer information that is used for purchases made online, formatted through the use of XML tags. It is a standard way of transferring billing, shipping and payment information to merchant sites regardless of what site the customer […]
Short for Extended Capabilities Port, a parallel-port standard for PCs that supports bi-directional communication between the PC and attached devices (such as a printer). ECP is about 10 times faster than the older Centronics standard. Another modern parallel port for PCs that offers similar performance is the EPP (Enhanced Parallel Port).
(pronounced as separate letters) Short for event-driven architecture, an enterprise software infrastructure model in which events trigger the real-time exchange of messages between independent software applications. EDA relies on an event-processing agent that detects events across an enterprise and, using a push approach, notifies all of the other software applications that need to be notified […]