Abbreviated PIM, a multicasting routing protocol that runs over an existing unicast infrastructure. There are two variations of PIM:
PIM-SM — Short for PIM-Sparse Mode, which is used when recipients are scattered over a large area.
PIM-DM — Short for PIM-Dense Mode, which is used when the targeted recipients are in a concentrated area.
A free Telnet and SSH terminal software for Windows and Unix platforms that enables users to remotely access computers over the Internet. PuTTY was written by Simon Tatham.
- Public PAD
Provided by the Post Telephone and Telegraph (PTT) administration or network provider that you can access by a local call on the public switched network. Once your terminal is connected to the public PAD, you enter the NUA of your host DTE and the PAD establishes the communications. [Source: IBM Information center]
As defined by RFC 3492, Punycode is a simple and efficient transfer encoding syntax designed for use with Internationalized Domain Names in Applications (IDNA). It uniquely and reversibly transforms a Unicode string into an ASCII string. ASCII characters in the Unicode string are represented literally, and nonSCII characters are represented by ASCII characters that are […]
A trademark of NVIDIA Corporation, PureVideo technology is the combination of a high-definition video processing core on the NVIDIA GPU and software that is used to play ultra-smooth movies with minimal CPU use and low power consumption. NVIDIA PureVideo is supported in the following NVIDIA products; GeForce, GeForce M (formerly known as GeForce Go), and […]
- PureVideo HD
A trademark of NVIDIA Corporation, PureVideo HD technology is a video processing architecture that enables the compatible NVIDIA GPU video processors to offload Blu-ray and HD DVD H.264 video decoding from the CPU. PureVideo HD technology is the combination of a dedicated video processing core on the NVIDIA GPU and software in the NVIDIA drivers. […]