Short for Universal Plug and Play, a networking architecture that provides compatibility among networking equipment, software and peripherals of the 400+ vendors that are part of the Universal Plug and Play Forum.
UPnP works with wired or wireless networks and can be supported on any operating system. UPnP boasts device-driver independence and zero-configuration networking.
Communication that takes place over a network between a single sender and a single receiver. Compare with multicast and anycast.
Pronounced V-dot -twenty-two, V.22 is short for the CCITT V.22 communications standard. See under CCITT.
Pronounced V-dot -twenty-two-biss, V.22bis is short for the CCITT V.22bis communications standard. See under CCITT.
Pronounced V-dot -thirty-two, V.32 is short for the CCITT V.32 communications standard. See under CCITT.
Pronounced V-dot -thirty-four, V.34 is short for the CCITT V.34 communications standard. See under CCITT.