Short for Near Video on Demand, NVOD is a technique used in digital television by the cable or satellite service to offer the same feature film on different channels at different, staggered start times. The idea is that viewers are never more than 20 minutes away from the start of the film and as such, are more likely to purchase the film through the provider.
Abbreviation of Non-Volatile Random Access Memory, a type of memory that retains its contents when power is turned off. One type of NVRAM is SRAM that is made non-volatile by connecting it to a constant power source such as a battery. Another type of NVRAM uses EEPROMchips to save its contents when power is turned […]
NWLink is the Microsoft implementation of the Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange (IPX/SPX) protocol used on NetWare networks. NWLink allows connectivity between Windows-based computers and NetWare networks running IPX/SPX. NWLink also provides network basic input/output system (NetBIOS) functionality and the Routing Information Protocol (RIP). NWLink supports connectivity between computers running Windows and computers running NetWare […]
Found in Fibre Channel nodes, the Node port (N_Port) is used to connect an equipment port to the fabric. It connects through a point-to-point link to a single N_Port or a single F_Port. N_Port is a node port that is not loop capable.
- Named Pipes
An interprocess control (IPC) protocol for exchanging information between two applications, possibly running on different computers in a network. Named Pipes are supported by a number of network operating systems (NOSs), including Netware and LAN Manager.
A Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) development board used for the implementation and debugging of FPGA designs. NanoBoards provide communications to and from the FPGA and also incorporate a range of peripherals including LCD, flash memory, RAM, keyboard, and others used for application development. NanoBoards can also be chained together for complex system development. NanoBoard is […]