Short for Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure. Designated to provide short-range, high-speed wireless networking communication at low cost, U-NII consists of three frequency bands of 100 MHz each in the 5 GHz band: 5.15-5.25GHz (for indoor use only), 5.25-5.35 GHz and 5.725-5.825GHz. The three frequency bands were set aside by the FCC in 1997 initially to help schools connect to the Internet without the need for hard wiring.
U-NII devices do not require licensing.
In Fibre Channel the Universal port (U_Port) is one that has not yet assumed a specific function in the fabric. It is a generic switch port that can operate as an E_Port, F_Port, or as a FL_Port.
A slang term used to describe an above and beyond, an exaggerated, an omnipresent 24/7 electronic surveillance. Not only does the term suggest a surveillance that is always on but also surveillance that is always with you, referring to a surveillance technology that is embedded within the human body (e.g. Big Brother on the inside, […]
A piece of mash-up software by Mozilla Foundation that can be used to paste data from multiple sources together in a Web page or e-mail. The page or e-mail has live content embedded into it, rather than external links. For example, a person could use Ubiquity could contain a Google maps entry showing off a […]
A community-developed Linux-based operating system that can be used on desktops, laptops and servers. The operating system includes a variety of applications including those for word processing, e-mail applications, Web server software and also programming tools. Ubuntu is free of charge, including enterprise releases and security updates. It also comes with full commercial support from […]
- Ubuntu Certified Professional
The Ubuntu Certified Professional (also called Ubuntu Professional) is a training certification based on LPI level 1. The certification tests the candidate’s ability to: Configure a network of Ubuntu systems, understand security and package management fundamentals, and perform key maintenance tasks. The course covers key Linux fundamentals and is suitable for those with a Microsoft […]