Virtual I/O (VIO, Virtual I/O Server)
Abbreviated as VIO, Virtual I/O is a term used to describe a set of storage virtualization and network virtualization features, including virtual Ethernet, shared Ethernet adapter, and storage virtualization.
- Virtual Studio Technology
Abbreviated as VST, Virtual Studio Technology is an interface standard used to integrate audio effects and instruments into digital audio. VSTs are usually software plug-ins used in audio editors that interacts with digital audio and MIDI elements.
The first spreadsheet application, introduced in the late 1970’s. The idea behind VisiCalc was developed by Dan Bricklin, and the actual programming was performed by a friend named Bob Frankston. Bricklin needed a computer tool to complete repetitive calculations associated with case studies at the Harvard Business School. After gaining popularity as an Apple application, […]
- Vista SP1
Short for Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1), Vista SP1 is a collection of end-user features, security fixes, bug fixes, improvement features, and other changes that will affect Microsoft Windows Vista.
Short for Virtual Control Program Interface, a specification for managing memory beyond the first megabyte on PCs with 80386 or later processors. VCPI can allocate memory to an application as either expanded or extended memory, as required by the application design. The VCPI standard is supported by some memory managers and DOS extenders.
Short for virtual channel identifier, a 16-bit field in an ATM cell��s header that identifies the cell��s next destination as it travels through an ATM network (similar to Frame Relay��s DLCI). A virtual channel is a logical connection between two end devices on an ATM network.