)IntelliTXT is a type of Internet advertising technology that scans a Web page for both appropriate keywords and contextual relevancy. The keywords are pre-chosen for relevancy, and, if a match is found, an advertising link, which is usually indicated by a green or yellow double underline, is automatically generated. Some Web pages will have no links while others may have as multiple links. Passing your mouse pointer over an indicated keyword will pop up a small box or “tool tip” that contains a short text advertisement. If you want to find more information, you simply click on the keyword as you would any hyperlink, and you’ll be taken to the advertiser’s Web site.
- Intel microprocessors
Microprocessors made by Intel Corporation form the foundation of all PCs. Models after the 8086 are often referred to by the last three digits (for example, the 286, 386, and 486 ). Many of the microprocessors come in different varieties that run at various clock rates. The 80486 architecture, for example, supports clock rates of […]
A scalable font technology that is part of Hewlett-Packard’s PCL 5 page description language.
- Intelligent Exposure
In digital camera terminology, Intelligent Exposure is a function of the camera that helps to avoid blown highlights and blocked shadows by suppressing the extreme brightness and darkness in the picture. This function works by partially controlling the ISO sensitivity to increase the exposure of only the darkened area when there is backlighting or insufficient […]
- Intelligent Platform Management Interface
Abbreviated as IPMI, the Intelligent Platform Management Interface is a remote hardware health monitoring and management system that defines interfaces for use in monitoring the physical health of servers, such as temperature, voltage, fans, power supplies and chassis. It was developed by Dell, HP, Intel and NEC, but has many more industry promoters, adopters and […]
- Intelligent Printer Data Stream
Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) is the host-to-printer data stream used by IBM’s System Application Architecture (SAA) for Advanced Function Printing (AFP). The IPDS architecture defines the data stream used by print server programs and device drivers to manage all-points-addressable page printing on a full spectrum of devices from low-end workstation and local area network-attached […]