Short for translation look-aside buffer, a table in the processor��s memory that contains information about the pages in memory the processor has accessed recently. The table cross-references a program��s virtual addresses with the corresponding absolute addresses in physical memory that the program has most recently used. The TLB enables faster computing because it allows the address processing to take place independent of the normal address-translation pipeline.
Also referred to as the address translation cache, a typical TLB contains anywhere from 64 to 256 entries.
Short for Transport Layer Security, a protocol that guarantees privacy and data integrity between client/server applicationscommunicating over the Internet. The TLS protocol is made up of two layers: The TLS Record Protocol — layered on top of a reliable transport protocol, such as TCP, it ensures that the connection is private by using symmetric data […]
Short for top-level domain, and refers to the suffix attached to Internet domain names. There are a limited number of predefined suffixes, and each one represent a top-level domain. Current top-level domains include: com- commercial businesses; this is the most common TLD gov- U.S. government agencies edu- Educational institutions such as universities org- Organizations (mostly […]
An MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoder. TMPGEnc converts .AVI file to MPEG1, the format which is used in VideoCD. Using variety of option in TMPGEnc, you can compress your video file in high quality.
Pronounced tee-neff, and short for Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format, a proprietary format used by the Microsoft Exchange and Outlook e-mail clients when sending messages formatted as Rich Text Format (RTF). When Microsoft Exchange thinks that it is sending a message to another Microsoft e-mail client, it extracts all the formatting information and encodes it in […]
Short for Tools for Oracle Application Development, TOAD is a set of development tools used for application development, database development, or business intelligence and assist developers in deploying Oracle-based applications and Web services on the Windows platform. Developers use the applications for defining business logic, creating user interfaces, applications as Web services, and more.