Networking terms started by letter A.
Apple Open Transport is an Apple networking technology for transport-independent networking that is part of the networking and communication subsystem of the Macintosh operating system.
Dive into the world of AIX UNIX, IBM’s robust version of UNIX for RS/6000 systems, blending innovation with traditional UNIX features.
AS/400 stands for Application System/400, a midrange IBM server computing platform for business computing.
Acronym for Advanced RISC Computing path. Syntax for naming partitions of a disk on a system, used in the boot.ini file of Microsoft Windows NT.
ARCNET is an acronym for Attached Resource Computer Network, an early local area network (LAN) architecture developed in 1976 by Datapoint Corporation.
Unlock the mystery of the Archive Attribute in Windows, its functionality, and cross-platform comparisons with Linux and macOS. Learn to manage and optimize your file backup strategy.
Archiving is the process of long-term storage of important data for security and recovery reasons.
ANSI Character Set, also known as Windows Code Page, is an 8-bit character set used by Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows 98 that lets you represent up to 256 characters (numbered 0 through 255).
ANSI C/C++ is a standard published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for writing C and C++ code.
Anchor Text, in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), is a source or target of a hypertext link.
Analog Modem is a modem used for asynchronous transmission of data over Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) lines.
Analog Transmission is the transmission of signals that vary smoothly with time, as shown in the diagram.