An Unix-based operating environment developed by Sun Microsystems. Originally developed to run on Sun’s SPARC workstations, Solaris now runs on many workstations from other vendors.
Solaris includes the SunOS operating system and a windowing system (either OpenWindows or CDE). Solaris currently supports multithreading, symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), integrated TCP/IP networking, and centralized network administration. A Wabi emulator is available to run Windows applications.
- Software Quality Assurance
Abbreviated as SQA, and also called software assurance, it is a level of confidence that software is free from vulnerabilities, either intentionally designed into the software or inserted at anytime during its lifecycle, and that the software functions in the intended manner.
- Software Plus Services (Software + Services)
Software Plus Services (Software + Services) is Microsoft’s philosophy for complementing the software company’s on-premises software offerings with cloud-based remote computing software options. The approach is based on providing the benefits of both traditional physical-based software and Web-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) delivery methods in order to create more effective software solution options for customers. Microsoft’s Software […]
- Software Configuration Management
Software Configuration Management (SCM) is the the overall management of a software design project as it evolves into a software product or system. This includes technical aspects of the project, all level of communications, organization, and the control of modifications changes to the project plan by the programmers during the development phase. Software Configuration Management […]
An open-source SIP (Session Initiated Protocol) User-Agent library that is used in building SIP client software for VoIP, IM, and many other real time and person-to-person communication services. Sofia-SIP is compliant with the IETF RFC3261 specification. It is based on a SIP stack developed at the Nokia Research Center.
- Socket S1
A type of CPU socket (also called processor socket) used for AMD Turion 64, Athlon 64 Mobile and Sempron processors. The Socket S1 contains 638 holes in the socket for CPU pins. Socket S1 supports dual-channel DDR2 SDRAM, dual core mobile processors and also supports virtualization. Socket S1 may also be called AMD Socket 638.