Global IP Solutions (GIPS iSAC) is a proprietary wideband codec used in high and low-bit-rate VoIP communications. GIPS iSAC is designed to offer better than PSTN quality at dial-up modem data rates. Since the codec automatically adjusts transmission rates from a low of 10 kbps to a maximum of 32 kbps it is also well-suited to VoIP with wideband quality applications. iSAC is part of the GIPS MediaWare voice processing software suite.
Pronounced eye skuzzy. Short for Internet SCSI, an IP-based standard for linking data storage devices over a network and transferring data by carrying SCSI commands over IP networks. iSCSI supports a Gigabit Ethernet interface at the physical layer, which allows systems supporting iSCSI interfaces to connect directly to standard Gigabit Ethernet switches and/or IP routers. […]
A patented technology that adds Internet functionality to some Logitech brands of mice and keyboards through the use of software and iTouch Web site. The iTouch (a registered trademark) allows users with already established Internet service providers to access and navigate the Internet with the press of a single button. The iTouch, when used with […]
A media player by Apple Computer that is used for playing digital music or video files. iTunes is also used to purchase digital music files or subscribe to podcasts through Apple’s iTunes Music Store. The iTunes player is also an interface on the iPod and iPhone. The iTunes media player was launched in 2001.
The iWarp project was started in 1988 to investigate issues involved in building and using high performance computer systems with powerful communication support. It is an experimental parallel system based on the idea of integrating a VLIW processor and a sophisticated fine-grained communication system on a single chip. iWarp was designed and built jointly by […]
The name given to the Sony Corp. implementation of the IEEE 1394 standard. It’s the 4-pin or 6-pin bi-directional digital cable link between your Sony camcorder products and devices such as your PC or digital television, for example. i.LINK is also called FireWire or IEE 1394.