A codec (compression/decompression technology) for computer video developed by Intel Corporation. Although it is a software -only codec, Indeo is based on the DVI, which is a hardware -only codec.
Competing video standards include Cinepak and MPEG.
(n.) Indigo, part of Microsoft’s Windows operating system code-named Longhorn, unifies a variety of Microsoft technologies (COM+, MSMQ, ASP.NET Web services [ASMX], Remoting) and transports (HTTP, TCP, UDP, IPC) to create a single framework and runtime environment for building distributed systems. Indigo is suited for building Service Oriented (SO) systems. Service Orientation helps architects and […]
- Industry Foundation Classes
Industry Foundation Classes (IFCs) are data elements that represent the parts of buildings, or elements of the process, and contain the relevant information about those parts. IFCs are used by computer applications to assemble a computer readable model of the facility that contains all the information of the parts and their relationships to be shared […]
Both an I/O architecture and a specification for the transmission of data between processors and I/O devices that has been gradually replacing the PCI bus in high-end servers and PCs. Instead of sending data in parallel, which is what PCI does, InfiniBand sends data in serial and can carry multiple channels of data at the […]
- Information and Content Exchange
Abbreviated as ICE, an XML-based standard protocol for content syndication over the Internet. The protocol uses XML meta tags to define the format of content transaction messages sent between servers. The syndicated content is typically a download that is automatically transmitted for an agreed-upon price. Because an ICE server is often integrated with a content […]
Founded in 1980, Informix is one of the fastest growing DBMS software companies. Though still much smaller company than its chief rival, Oracle, Informix has been able to make large market-share gains recently due to its innovative technology.