A brand of AMD processors designed for both servers and workstations. The AMD Opteron processor enables simultaneous 32-bit and 64-bit computing.
Short for Optical Local Exchange Carrier, a telephone company that uses a fiber-optic system as opposed to traditional passive, twisted-pair copper wires to connect equipment at the customer premises to carrier facilities. Optical access increases access-network bandwidth by up to several gigabits per second, which is an important development in data communication services. The copper […]
- Optical Distribution Frame
A frame used to provide efficient cable connections between communication facilities. ODFs integrate fiber splicing, storage, and cable connections together in a single unit . [Adapted from Samsung Digital World]
- Option key
A key on Macintosh keyboards that you use in concert with other keys to generate special characters and commands. On PCs, the corresponding key is the Alt key.
Based in Redwood, California, Oracle Corporation is the largest software company whose primary business is database products. Historically, Oracle has targeted high-end workstations and minicomputers as the server platforms to run its database systems. Its relational database was the first to support the SQL language, which has since become the industry standard. Along with Sun […]
- Orange Book
The specification covering writable CDs, including CD-R.