Abbreviated as FSP, this is an acronym associated with IBM eServers and other IBM systems. The Flexible Service Processor (FSP) is firmware that provides diagnostics, initialization, configuration, run-time error detection and correction. FSP is what connects the managed system to the Hardware Management Console (HMC).
Flooding is a Denial of Service (DoS) attack that is designed to bring a network or service down by flooding it with large amounts of traffic. Flood attacks occur when a network or service becomes so weighed down with packets initiating incomplete connection requests that it can no longer process genuine connection requests. By flooding […]
- Flynns taxonomy
First proposed by Michael J. Flynn in 1966, Flynn’s taxonomy is a specific classification of parallel computer architectures that are based on the number of concurrent instruction (single or multiple) and data streams (single or multiple) available in the architecture. The four categories in Flynn’s taxonomy are the following: (SISD) single instruction, single data (MISD) […]
(1) Short for fax over Internet protocol. (2) Short for Fraud over Internet Protocol.
- Foreign Interface Harness
Abbreviated as FIH, Foreign Interface Harness is a port that enables Hewlett-Packard (HP) multifunction printers (MFP) to use third party devices to extend the capabilities of the MFP. Using the FIH with third-party equipment allows you to track information about copies produced on an HP Digital Copy module. Additionally the FIH can also expand the […]
Short for four character code, FourCC is a sequence of four byte characters that identifies data formats. The the FourCC of a video tells Windows that codec the video contains. FourCC is most commonly associated as the identifier for Microsoft’s AVI format, however FourCC is used by other formats as well. Examples of registered FOURCC […]