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  • Amazon Pinpoint - Amazon Pinpoint is a marketing and analytics service hosted on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud that enables an organization to engage with and track metrics related to its application end users.
  • Amazon Polly - Amazon Polly is a text-to-speech service within the Amazon Web Services cloud platform.
  • Amazon Prime - Amazon Prime is a subscription membership to Amazon that offers customers premium services for a yearly or monthly fee.
  • Amazon Prime Air drone - Amazon's Prime Air drone is a delivery system in development that uses remote-controlled robotic vehicles to transport goods from the warehouse to the consumer.
  • Amazon QLDB - Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (QLDB) is a non-relational database as a service (DBaaS) designed for AWS customers who want to maintain a verifiable history of data changes in an application they own.
  • Amazon QuickSight - Amazon QuickSight is a machine learning-powered business intelligence service built for the cloud under the Amazon Web Services (AWS) umbrella.
  • Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service) - Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a managed SQL database service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • Amazon Redshift - Amazon Redshift is a fully managed petabyte-scale data warehouse service.
  • Amazon Redshift Spectrum - Amazon Redshift Spectrum is a feature within Amazon Web Services' Redshift data warehousing service that lets a data analyst conduct fast, complex analysis on objects stored on the AWS cloud.
  • Amazon Rekognition - Amazon Rekognition is an image analysis service available in the Amazon AI suite.
  • Amazon Resource Name (ARN) - An Amazon Resource Name (ARN) is a file naming convention used to identify a particular resource in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud.
  • Amazon Route 53 - Amazon Route 53 is a scalable domain name system (DNS) service intended to give business and developers a reliable way to direct end users to applications.
  • Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow - Amazon Route 53 Traffic Flow is a domain name system (DNS) service that allows an Amazon Web Services customer to define how end-user traffic is routed to application endpoints through a visual interface.
  • Amazon S3 - Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is a scalable, high-speed, web-based cloud storage service.
  • Amazon S3 bucket - An Amazon S3 bucket is a public cloud storage resource available in Amazon Web Services' (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3), an object storage offering.
  • Amazon SageMaker - Amazon SageMaker is a managed service in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud.
  • Amazon Silk - Silk is the browser that Amazon developed for the Kindle Fire tablet computer.
  • Amazon Simple Database Service (SimpleDB) - Amazon Simple Database Service (SimpleDB), also known as a key value data store, is a highly available and flexible non-relational database that allows developers to request and store data, with minimal database management and administrative responsibility.
  • Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) - Amazon Simple Email Service is a pay-per-use service that allows you to build in email functionality into an application that you are running on AWS.
  • Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) - Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a simple, fully-managed “push” messaging service that allows users to push texts, alerts or notifications, like an auto-reply message, or a notification that a package has shipped.
  • Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) - Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) is a scalable and fully managed message queuing service that allows users to transmit any amount of data through the web without administrative responsibility.
  • Amazon Simple Storage Service - Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is a scalable, high-speed, web-based cloud storage service.
  • Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) - Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is a scalable, high-speed, web-based cloud storage service.
  • Amazon Sumerian - Amazon Sumerian is a managed service and set of tools for creating augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) applications.
  • Amazon SWF (Simple WorkFlow Service) - Amazon SWF (Simple Workflow Service) is an Amazon Web Services tool that helps developers coordinate, track and audit multi-step, multi-machine application jobs.
  • Amazon Transcribe - Amazon Transcribe is a speech recognition service that transcribes audio files into text.
  • Amazon Transcribe Medical - Amazon Transcribe Medical is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that converts physician dictated notes, consultations between physicians and patients and remote assessments and consultations into text.
  • Amazon Translate - Amazon Translate is a cloud service for changing large amounts of text written in one language to another language.
  • Amazon Trust Services - Amazon Trust Services is a certificate authority created and operated by Amazon Web Services.
  • Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) - Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) allows a developer to create a virtual network for resources in an isolated section of the Amazon Web Services cloud.
  • Amazon VPC traffic mirroring - Traffic mirroring is a feature for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
  • Amazon Web Services - AWS Import/Export is a program that enables an IT team to move large amounts of data into and out of the Amazon Web Services public cloud with portable storage devices.
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) - AWS (Amazon Web Services) is a comprehensive, evolving cloud computing platform provided by Amazon that includes a mixture of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and packaged software as a service (SaaS) offerings.
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) Identity and Access Management (IAM) - Amazon Web Services (AWS) Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a directory service designed for tracking system users and providing ways of keeping track of information about how they get authenticated.
  • Amazon WorkDocs - Amazon WorkDocs is an Amazon Web Services online collaboration tool that allows a business to store, share and update files from different devices.
  • Amazon WorkMail - Amazon WorkMail is a managed email and calendar service for businesses that is hosted on the Amazon Web Services public cloud.
  • Amazon WorkSpaces - Amazon WorkSpaces is an Amazon Web Services tool that enables an IT administrator to give end users access to cloud applications, services, resources or documents on different types of devices within a virtualized desktop.
  • ambient air cooling - Ambient air cooling is the use of naturally cool air surrounding a building, such as a data center, to reduce heat inside the facility.
  • ambient backscatter - Ambient backscatter is a method of networking by way of alternately reflecting and absorbing radio frequencies (RF) in an environment.
  • ambient energy scavenging - Ambient energy scavenging, also called ambient energy harvesting, is a process of obtaining usable energy from surrounding natural and human-made sources in the everyday environment.
  • ambient intelligence (AmI) - Ambient intelligence is the element of a pervasive computing environment that enables it to interact with and respond appropriately to the humans in that environment.
  • ambient temperature - Ambient temperature is the air temperature of any object or environment where equipment is stored.
  • ambulatory medical record - An ambulatory medical record (AMR) is an electronically stored file of a patient’s outpatient medical records, which includes all surgeries and care that do not involve being admitted to a hospital.
  • ambulatory medical record (AMR) - An ambulatory medical record (AMR) is an electronically stored file of a patient’s outpatient medical records, which includes all surgeries and care that do not involve being admitted to a hospital.
  • AMD - AMD is the second largest maker of personal computer microprocessors after Intel.
  • AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) - AMD is the second largest maker of personal computer microprocessors after Intel.
  • AMD K6 - K6 (referred to by its manufacturer as AMD-K6) is a line of microprocessors from AMD that compete with Intel's Pentium series of microprocessors.
  • AMD V - AMD-V (AMD virtualization) is a set of hardware extensions for the X86 processor architecture.
  • AMD virtualization - AMD-V (AMD virtualization) is a set of hardware extensions for the X86 processor architecture.
  • AMD-K6 - K6 (referred to by its manufacturer as AMD-K6) is a line of microprocessors from AMD that compete with Intel's Pentium series of microprocessors.
  • AMD-V - AMD-V (AMD virtualization) is a set of hardware extensions for the X86 processor architecture.
  • AMD-V (AMD virtualization) - AMD-V (AMD virtualization) is a set of hardware extensions for the X86 processor architecture.
  • Amdahl's law - In computer programming, Amdahl's law is that, in a program with parallel processing, a relatively few instructions that have to be performed in sequence will have a limiting factor on program speedup such that adding more processors may not make the program run faster.
  • amelioration pattern - An antipattern is a frequently used, but largely ineffective solution to a problem.
  • America's Carriers Telecommunications Association - ACTA (America's Carriers Telecommunications Association) is a lobbying organization for over 165 small long-distance telephone carrier companies.
  • American Health Care Act of 2017 (AHCA or Trumpcare) - The American Health Care Act of 2017 (AHCA) is legislation introduced in March 2017 by United States Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
  • American Health Information Management Association - The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is a professional organization that promotes the business and clinical uses of electronic and paper-based medical information.
  • American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) - The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is a professional organization that promotes the business and clinical uses of electronic and paper-based medical information.
  • American Medical Association (AMA) - The American Medical Association (AMA) is a physician group that works for healthcare reform and publishes a collection of medical journals.
  • American Medical Informatics Association - The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) is a group of individuals from myriad disciplines who convene in the interest of improving health informatics as it relates to patient care, teaching, research and related aspects of health care policy.
  • American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) - The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) is a group of individuals from myriad disciplines who convene in the interest of improving health informatics as it relates to patient care, teaching, research and related aspects of health care policy.
  • American National Standards Institute - ANSI, American National Standards Institute, organization for fostering, development of technology standards, industry groups, International Organization for Standardization, ISO, International Electrotechnical Commission, IEC, computer standards, American Standard Code, Information Interchange, ASCI, Small Computer System Interface, SCSI, what is, definition, term, glossary.
  • American Radio Relay League - The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is a worldwide organization of amateur radio operators with its headquarters in Newington, Connecticut, USA.
  • American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) is an economic stimulus bill created to help the United States economy recover from an economic downturn that began in late 2007.
  • American Registry of Internet Numbers - The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is the nonprofit corporation responsible for managing Internet number resources (IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and Autonomous System Numbers) for Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands and the United States.
  • American Registry of Internet Numbers (ARIN) - The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is the nonprofit corporation responsible for managing Internet number resources (IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and Autonomous System Numbers) for Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands and the United States.
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers - ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) is an organization devoted to the advancement of indoor-environment-control technology in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry.
  • American Standard Code for Information Interchange - ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is the most common format for text files in computers and on the Internet.
  • American Telemedicine Association - American Telemedicine Association (ATA) is a non-profit organization that strives to promote telemedicine (medical care delivered through the use of telecommunications technology).
  • American Telemedicine Association (ATA) - American Telemedicine Association (ATA) is a non-profit organization that strives to promote telemedicine (medical care delivered through the use of telecommunications technology).
  • American Wire Gauge - American Wire Gauge (AWG) is the standard way to denote wire size in North America.
  • American Wire Gauge (AWG) - American Wire Gauge (AWG) is the standard way to denote wire size in North America.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance - Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance is the adherence to the standards put forth forth in the United States legislation.
  • Americas' SAP Users' Group - ASUG (Americas' SAP Users' Group), founded in 1990, is the largest independent non-profit organization worldwide for users of products from SAP, which supplies enterprise resource management systems to the large enterprise.
  • AMI - Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) is an architecture for automated, two-way communication between a smart utility meter with an IPaddress and a utility company.
  • AMI BIOS - AMIBIOS is one of the original brands of basic input/output system (BIOS) chip and is probably the most commonly installed BIOS chip in today's personal computers.
  • AMIA - The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) is a group of individuals from myriad disciplines who convene in the interest of improving health informatics as it relates to patient care, teaching, research and related aspects of health care policy.
  • AMIBIOS - AMIBIOS is one of the original brands of basic input/output system (BIOS) chip and is probably the most commonly installed BIOS chip in today's personal computers.
  • AMIBIOS (AMI BIOS) - AMIBIOS is one of the original brands of basic input/output system (BIOS) chip and is probably the most commonly installed BIOS chip in today's personal computers.
  • AML - Anti-laundering software is a type of computer program used by financial institutions to analyze customer data and detect suspicious transactions.
  • AMOLED (active matrix OLED) - AMOLED (Active Matrix OLED) is a screen technology based on pixels made of tiny red, blue and green organic material-based light emitting diodes.
  • amortization - Amortization is a financial practice that allows buyers to pay for a purchase over an extended schedule rather than all at once.
  • amount of physical bulk - Volume (symbolized V) is a three-dimensional quantity representing amount or extent of physical bulk.
  • amount of substance - Amount of substance, also called material quantity, is a dimensionless expression of the number of particles in a sample.
  • amount of substance (material quantity) - Amount of substance, also called material quantity, is a dimensionless expression of the number of particles in a sample.
  • amp hour - An ampere hour (abbreviated Ah, or sometimes amp hour) is the amount of energy charge in a battery that will allow one ampere of current to flow for one hour.
  • ampere - An ampere is a unit of measure of the rate of electron flow or current in an electrical conductor.
  • ampere hour - An ampere hour (abbreviated Ah, or sometimes amp hour) is the amount of energy charge in a battery that will allow one ampere of current to flow for one hour.
  • ampere hour (Ah or amp hour) - An ampere hour (abbreviated Ah, or sometimes amp hour) is the amount of energy charge in a battery that will allow one ampere of current to flow for one hour.
  • ampere per meter - The ampere per meter (symbolized A/m) is the International Unit of magnetic field strength.
  • ampere per meter (A/m, Oe, oersted) - The ampere per meter (symbolized A/m) is the International Unit of magnetic field strength.
  • ampere per meter squared - The ampere per meter squared, symbolized A/m 2, is the International Unit of electric current density.
  • ampere per meter squared (A/m 2) - The ampere per meter squared, symbolized A/m 2, is the International Unit of electric current density.
  • amplification factor - The amplification factor, also called gain, is the extent to which an analog amplifier boosts the strength of a signal.
  • amplification factor (gain) - The amplification factor, also called gain, is the extent to which an analog amplifier boosts the strength of a signal.
  • amplifier - An amplifier is an electronic device that increases the voltage, current, or power of a signal.
  • amplitude modulation - Modulation is the addition of information (or the signal) to an electronic or optical signal carrier.
  • AMPS - Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS) is a standard system for analog signal cellular telephone service in the United States and is also used in other countries.
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