Abbreviated as IMUX, an Inverse Multiplexor combines multiple network channels to one aggregate higher speed pipe. It defines all forms of bonding or bundling two or more physical connections between two locations to create the single and faster virtual circuit.
Inverse Multiplexer is also spelled Inverse Multiplexor.
Short for Infrared Data Association, a group of device manufacturers that developed a standard for transmitting data via infrared light waves. Increasingly, computers and other devices (such as printers) come with IrDA ports. This enables you to transfer data from one device to another without any cables. For example, if both your laptop computer and […]
IoS is a term that can refer to either Internet over Satellite or Apple’s iOS mobile operating system. In the former case, Internet over Satellite (IoS) technology allows a user to access the Internet via a satellite that orbits the earth. A satellite is placed at a static point above the earth’s surface. The satellite […]
A member of Intel’s new Merced family of processors, Itanium is a 64-bit RISC microprocessor. Based on the EPIC (Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing) design philosophy, which states that the compiler should decide which instructions be executed together, Itanium has the highest FPU power available. In 64-bit mode, Itanium is able to calculate two bundles of […]
Short for Internal BGP (Border Gateway Protocol), iBGP is the protocol used between the routers in the same autonomous system (AS). IBGP is used to provide information to your internal routers.
Short for Integrated Digital Enhanced Network, iDEN is Motorola’s mobile communication technology that combines dispatch radio, full-duplex telephone interconnect, short messaging service and data transmission in one network. iDEN is a registered trademark of Motorola.