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  • loyalty punch card - A loyalty punch card is a token that lets a customer earn free merchandise or discounts after a certain number of purchases.
  • LPAR - A logical partition (LPAR) is the division of a computer's processor s, memory, and storage into multiple sets of resources so that each set of resources can be operated independently with its own operating system instance and application s.
  • LPT - LPT (line print terminal) is the usual designation for a parallel port connection to a printer or other device on a personal computer.
  • LPT (line print terminal) - LPT (line print terminal) is the usual designation for a parallel port connection to a printer or other device on a personal computer.
  • LPT1 - LPT (line print terminal) is the usual designation for a parallel port connection to a printer or other device on a personal computer.
  • LPT2 - LPT (line print terminal) is the usual designation for a parallel port connection to a printer or other device on a personal computer.
  • LPT3 - LPT (line print terminal) is the usual designation for a parallel port connection to a printer or other device on a personal computer.
  • LPWAN (low-power wide area network) - Low-power WAN (LPWAN) is a wireless wide area network technology that interconnects low-bandwidth, battery-powered devices with low bit rates over long ranges.
  • LQSR - LQSR (Link Quality Source Routing) is a routing protocol for wireless mesh networks.
  • LRN - In the U.S.
  • LSB - The Linux Standard Base (LSB), also called the LSB project, is an ongoing effort to standardize the structure of Linux and related operating systems, with the intention of increasing compatibility among systems that use different versions (also known as distributions or flavors) of Unix.
  • LSB project - The Linux Standard Base (LSB), also called the LSB project, is an ongoing effort to standardize the structure of Linux and related operating systems, with the intention of increasing compatibility among systems that use different versions (also known as distributions or flavors) of Unix.
  • LTC - Longitidinal time code (LTC) is a timing signal that is part of an audio tape recording.
  • LTE - Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for 4G wireless broadband technology that offers increased network capacity and speed to mobile device users.
  • LTE (Long Term Evolution) - Long Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for 4G wireless broadband technology that offers increased network capacity and speed to mobile device users.
  • LTE-Advanced (Long Term Evolution-Advanced) - Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-Advanced) is a cellular networking standard that offers higher throughput than its predecessor, the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard.
  • LTFS (Linear Tape File System) - LTFS (Linear Tape File System) is a file system specification that allows Linear Tape-Open (LTO) storage technology to be indexed.
  • LTO - LTO (Linear Tape-Open) tape is an open-format tape storage technology created by Hewlett-Packard (HP), International Business Machines (IBM) and Seagate Technology.
  • LTO (Linear Tape-Open) tape - LTO (Linear Tape-Open) tape is an open-format tape storage technology created by Hewlett-Packard (HP), International Business Machines (IBM) and Seagate Technology.
  • LTO-1 (Linear Tape-Open 1) - LTO-1 is the first tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium.
  • LTO-10 (Linear Tape-Open 10) - LTO-10 is an unreleased tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium.
  • LTO-2 (Linear Tape-Open 2) - LTO-2 is the second tape format from the Linear Tape-Open (LTO) Consortium.
  • LTO-3 (Linear Tape-Open 3) - LTO-3 is a tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium first released in 2005 that has since been followed by LTO-4, LTO-5 and LTO-6.
  • LTO-4 (Linear Tape-Open 4) - LTO-4 is a tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium that has been succeeded by LTO-5 and the current LTO-6 version.
  • LTO-5 - LTO-5 is a tape format released in 2010 by the Linear Tape-Open Consortium.
  • LTO-6 (Linear Tape-Open 6) - LTO-6 is the current tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium first released in 2012 that will eventually be succeeded by LTO-7, LTO-8, LTO-9 and LTO-10.
  • LTO-7 (Linear Tape-Open 7) - LTO-7 is a tape format from the Linear Tape-Open (LTO) Consortium released in late 2015.
  • LTO-8 (Linear Tape-Open 8) - LTO-8 is a tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium released in late 2017.
  • LTO-9 (Linear Tape-Open 9) - LTO-9 (Linear Tape-Open 9) is a future tape format from the Linear Tape-Open Consortium.
  • LU - In IBM's Systems Network Architecture (SNA), a logical unit (LU) identifies an end user in an SNA network.
  • LU 6.2 - APPC (Advanced Program-to-Program Communication, sometimes called LU 6.
  • luddism - A Luddite is a person who dislikes technology, especially technological devices that threaten existing jobs or interfere with personal privacy.
  • Luddite - A Luddite is a person who dislikes technology, especially technological devices that threaten existing jobs or interfere with personal privacy.
  • LUHN formula - The LUHN formula, also called modulus 10, is a simple algorithm used to validate the number on a credit card.
  • LUHN formula (modulus 10) - The LUHN formula, also called modulus 10, is a simple algorithm used to validate the number on a credit card.
  • lumen - The lumen (symbolized lm) is the International Unit of luminous flux.
  • luminous flux - Luminous flux is a quantitative expression of the brilliance of a source of visible light, which is electromagnetic energy within the wavelength range of approximately 390 nanometers (nm) to 770 nm.
  • luminous intensity - Luminous intensity is an expression of the amount of light power emanating from a point source within a solid angle of one steradian.
  • LUN - A logical unit number (LUN) identifies one or more physical or virtual storage devices to a SCSI initiator in a host server to enable data exchange.
  • LUN management - LUN management is the process of assigning, provisioning and overseeing logical unit numbers (LUNs) across a storage environment.
  • LUN masking - LUN masking is a further constraint added to zoning, subdividing access to the port so that only LUNs authorized to access a specific server can access the corresponding port.
  • LUN zoning - LUN zoning is a method of configuring SAN fabric to match logical unit numbers (LUNs) to the proper servers.
  • lurking - Lurking is the very common practice of reading an online or e-mail discussion without taking part in the discussion.
  • Lustre - Lustre is an open source parallel distributed file system (DFS) specialized for large-scale cluster computing.
  • lux - The lux (symbolized lx) is the unit of illuminance in the International System of Units (SI).
  • lux (lx) - The lux (symbolized lx) is the unit of illuminance in the International System of Units (SI).
  • lx - The lux (symbolized lx) is the unit of illuminance in the International System of Units (SI).
  • LXD (Linux container hypervisor) - LXD is an open source container management extension for Linux Containers (LXC).
  • Lynx - Lynx is a keyboard-oriented text-only Web browser that was developed at the University of Kansas primarily for students who used UNIX workstations.
  • LZW compression - LZW compression is the compression of a file into a smaller file using a table-based lookup algorithm invented by Abraham Lempel, Jacob Ziv, and Terry Welch.
  • NICE Framework - The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NICE Framework) is a reference resource that classifies the typical skill requirements and duties of cybersecurity workers.

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