Category: Letter T

  • Telco


    Explore the transformation of Telcos from basic telephone service providers to all-in-one communications giants. Learn about their evolving roles, services, and impacts on our daily lives.

  • Taking Ownership (NTFS)

    Taking Ownership (NTFS)

    Taking Ownership is assuming ownership of an object – usually a file or a folder – on an NTFS volume and thereby gaining the right to share the object and assign permissions to it. The user who creates a file or folder on an NTFS volume is the owner.

  • Task Manager

    Task Manager

    The Task Manager is a tool created by Microsoft for Windows NT and Windows 2000 that you can invoke by clicking the Task Manager button in the Windows Security dialog box. You access the dialog box by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del, the secure attention sequence (SAS) keystroke combination. You can use Task Manager to: Start, view, change…

  • Trunking (computer networking)

    Trunking (computer networking)

    Trunking, in switched ethernet networking, is any method of aggregating the physical network links into a single logical link. Trunking provides a way of overcoming the bandwidth limitations of a single physical link and is used in both switch-to-switch and switch-to-server connections to relieve traffic congestion.

  • Thinnet


    Definition of thinnet in The Network Encyclopedia. What is Thinnet? Thinnet is the thin coaxial cabling used for 10Base2 installations of Ethernet networking. Thinnet cabling is RG-58 coaxial cabling that is 3/16 inch in diameter and has an impedance of 50 ohms. Thinnet uses BNC connectors to connect cable segments, computers, and concentrators (hubs). Many…

  • The Modern Role of Tape Backup in Data Storage

    The Modern Role of Tape Backup in Data Storage

    Tape Backup is a general term for a class of devices for backing up data to a magnetic tape for disaster recovery planning and archiving purposes. A number of technologies with incompatible tape formats have been implemented in these devices.

  • Terrestrial Trunked Radio (Tetra)

    Terrestrial Trunked Radio (Tetra)

    Terrestrial Trunked Radio, also known as TETRA, is an initiative from the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) for a single standard for digital mobile radio services. Terrestrial Trunked Radio (Tetra) is defined in a memorandum of understanding between a number of different equipment vendors, service providers, testing bodies, and regulatory agencies that was laid out…

  • Time to Live (TTL)

    Time to Live (TTL)

    Time to live, best known as TTL or Hop Limit, is a mechanism that limits the lifespan or lifetime of data in a computer or network. TTL may be implemented as a counter or timestamp attached to or embedded in the data.

  • TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol)

    TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol)

    Explore TFTP: A concise guide to Trivial File Transfer Protocol, its functions, implementations, and modern network applications.

  • Top-Level Domain: Everything You Need to Know

    Top-Level Domain: Everything You Need to Know

    This article unveils the mysteries of Top-Level Domains, from their definition to their pivotal role in establishing online identities and services. Have you ever wondered how a simple ‘.com’ or ‘.org’ can influence your website’s reach and credibility?

  • Transmission Media

    Transmission Media

    The term “Transmission Media” is a classification of the pathway that carries the information from a sender to a receiver according to its physical construction and transmission characteristics.

  • Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI)

    Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI)

    Explore the ins and outs of TAPI, the Telephony Application Programming Interface. Learn how it interfaces applications with telephony hardware and why it’s still important today.