Short for Universal Terrestrial Radio Access, UTRA is a standard for 3G mobile communications services being specified by 3GPP. The radio access components of UTRA are based on direct-spread wideband code-division multiple access (WCDMA) and hybrid time-division (TDCDMA) access methods that have been designed for 3G frequency efficiency, mobility, and QoS requirements.
Short for Unix-to-Unix Copy, a Unix utility and protocol that enables one computer to send files to another computer over a direct serial connection or via modems and the telephone system. For most file transfer applications, UUCP has been superseded by other protocols, such as FTP, SMTP and NNTP.
Short for Universally Unique IDentifier, UUID is a 128-bit value used for identification used in software construction. UUID is the same as GUID (Microsoft) and is part of the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE), standardized by the Open Software Foundation (OSF). UUIDs are intended to have a high likelihood of uniqueness over space and time and […]
Short for UNIX to UNIX Network, the first commercial Internet service provider, headquartered in Fairfax, VA. The company was founded in 1987 by Rick Adams, one of the original developers of ARPAnet, the precursor to the Internet. In 1996, UUNET merged with MFS Communications, Inc., and later that year, WorldCom acquired both MFS and UUNET. […]
Short for Unified Video Decoding, UVD is a dedicated video decode processing unit first introduced by ATI Technologies with the company’s ATI Radeon HD 2000 series of GPUs. The HD 2000 graphics processors offloads both CPU and GPU rendering pipelines. UVD technology reduces power use, decreases system noise and increases notebook battery life during HD […]
Short for Ultra Extended Graphics Array, a display specification that is capable of displaying 1600 x 1200 resolution, or approximately 1.9 million pixels.