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  • NSFNET - NSFNET was a network for research computing deployed in the mid-1980s that in time also became the first backbone infrastructure for the commercial public Internet.
  • NSIS - NSIS (Next Steps in Signaling) is an evolving communication protocol intended to facilitate signaling at the Transport layer, using a two-level model to support diverse services and resources.
  • nslookup - nslookup is the name of a program that lets an Internet server administrator or any computer user enter a host name (for example, "whatis.
  • NSP - A network service provider (NSP) is a company that owns, operates and sells access to internet backbone infrastructure and services.
  • NT - Windows NT is a Microsoft Windows personal computer operating system designed for users and businesses needing advanced capability.
  • NT file system - NTFS (NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System) is the file system that the Windows NT operating system uses for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk.
  • NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System - NTFS (NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System) is the file system that the Windows NT operating system uses for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk.
  • NT1 - Using the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Basic Rate Interchange (Basic Rate Interface in ISDN) service, an NT1 (network terminating unit is a device that accepts a two-wire signal from the phone company and converts it to a four-wire signal that sends and receives to and from devices within the home or business.
  • NTBackup (Microsoft Windows NT backup) - NTBackup is a built-in backup application introduced with Microsoft Windows NT.
  • Ntdsutil - Ntdsutil.exe is a command-line tool for accessing and managing a Windows Active Directory database.
  • NTFS - NTFS (NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System) is the file system that the Windows NT operating system uses for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk.
  • NTFS (NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System) - NTFS (NT file system; sometimes New Technology File System) is the file system that the Windows NT operating system uses for storing and retrieving files on a hard disk.
  • NTP - Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol used to synchronize computer clock times in a network.
  • NTS - In the U.K.
  • NTSC - The NTSC (National Television Standards Committee) was responsible for developing, in 1953, a set of standard protocol for television (TV) broadcast transmission and reception in the United States.
  • NTT DoCoMo - DoCoMo, also known as NTT DoCoMo, is a Japanese communications corporation that has introduced a line of cell phone sets that contain the equivalent of a digital smart card.
  • NTU - The nuclear time unit (NTU) is the length of time it takes for a ray of light, traveling in a vacuum, to span the diameter of a hydrogen atom.
  • nuclear fusion - Nuclear fusion is an atomic reaction in which multiple atoms combine to create a single, more massive atom.
  • nuclear option - The nuclear option, in a colloquial sense, is the most extreme solution to a given problem.
  • nuclear time unit - The nuclear time unit (NTU) is the length of time it takes for a ray of light, traveling in a vacuum, to span the diameter of a hydrogen atom.
  • NUI - A natural user interface (NUI) is a system for human-computer interaction that the user operates through intuitive actions related to natural, everyday human behavior.
  • nuking - A "blue bomb" (also known as "WinNuke") is a technique for causing the Windows operating system of someone you're communicating with to crash or suddenly terminate.
  • null modem - A null modem cable allows you to connect your PC to another nearby PC or serial device using its modem protocol.
  • null set - In mathematical sets, the null set, also called the empty set, is the set that does not contain anything.
  • NUMA - NUMA (non-uniform memory access) is a method of configuring a cluster of microprocessor in a multiprocessing system so that they can share memory locally, improving performance and the ability of the system to be expanded.
  • NUMA (non-uniform memory access) - NUMA (non-uniform memory access) is a method of configuring a cluster of microprocessor in a multiprocessing system so that they can share memory locally, improving performance and the ability of the system to be expanded.
  • number once - A nonce, in information technology, is a number generated for a specific use, such as session authentication.
  • number portability - Wireless number portability is the ability of a mobile customer to retain the same phone number when they switch carriers; wireline-to-wireless number portability allows customers to switch from their landline telephone service to a wireless provider while retaining the same telephone number.
  • number theory - Number theory, also known as higher arithmetic, is a branch of mathematics concerned with the properties of integer s, rational number s, irrational number s, and real number s.
  • number theory (higher arithmetic) - Number theory, also known as higher arithmetic, is a branch of mathematics concerned with the properties of integer s, rational number s, irrational number s, and real number s.
  • Number Translation Service - In the U.K.
  • Number Translation Service (NTS) - In the U.K.
  • number used once - A nonce, in information technology, is a number generated for a specific use, such as session authentication.
  • numbers - A port number is a way to identify a specific process to which an Internet or other network message is to be forwarded when it arrives at a server.
  • numeric coprocessor - A floating point unit (FPU), also known as a math coprocessor or numeric coprocessor, is a specialized coprocessor that manipulates numbers more quickly than the basic microprocessor circuitry.
  • NUnit - NUnit is an evolving, open source framework designed for writing and running tests in Microsoft .
  • NuoDB - NuoDB is a SQL-oriented transactional database management system designed for distributed deployment in the cloud.
  • NURBS - NURBS (nonuniform rational B-splines) are mathematical representations of 2- or 3-dimensional objects, which can be standard shapes (such as a cone) or free-form shapes (such as a car).
  • NUS - Unified storage -- sometimes called network unified storage or multiprotocol storage -- is a storage system that runs and manages files and applications from a single device.
  • Nutanix - Nutanix is a hyper-converged infrastructure pioneer that markets its technology as a building block for private clouds.
  • Nutanix Acropolis - Acropolis is a free server virtualization hypervisor developed by vendor Nutanix that is packaged on hyper-converged appliances, and can be used alongside competing hypervisors.
  • Nutanix Complete Cluster (Xtreme Computing Platform) - Nutanix Complete Cluster was one of the first hyper-converged infrastructures to hit the market.
  • Nutanix Prism - Users manage Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure technology through Prism -- software that provides management of clusters, virtual machines and networking through a single interface.
  • NVDIMM (Non-Volatile Dual In-line Memory Module) - An NVDIMM (non-volatile dual in-line memory module) is hybrid computer memory that retains data during a service outage.
  • NVGRE (Network Virtualization using Generic Routing Encapsulation) - NVGRE (Network Virtualization using Generic Routing Encapsulation) is a network virtualization method that uses encapsulation to create large numbers of virtual LANs (VLANs) for subnets that can extend across dispersed data centers and Layers 2 and 3.
  • NVIDIA - NVIDIA is a graphics card manufacturer and graphics processing unit (GPU) designer.
  • NVLAP - The National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) is a federal program run by the National Institute of Standards and Technology that provides third-party accreditation to laboratories in the U.
  • NVMe (non-volatile memory express) - NVMe (non-volatile memory express) is a host controller interface and storage protocol created to accelerate the transfer of data between enterprise and client systems and solid-state drives over a computer's high-speed PCIe bus.
  • NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) - NVMe over Fabrics, also known as NVMe-oF and non-volatile memory express over fabrics, is a protocol specification designed to connect hosts to storage across a network fabric using the NVMe protocol.
  • NVMe over Fibre Channel (NVMe over FC) or FC-NVMe standard - Nonvolatile memory express over Fibre Channel (NVMe over FC) -- which is implemented through the Fibre Channel-NVMe (FC-NVMe) standard -- is a technology specification designed to enable NVMe-based message commands to transfer data and status information between a host computer and a target storage subsystem over a Fibre Channel network fabric.
  • NVRAM - Non-volatile storage (NVS) is a broad collection of technologies and devices that do not require a continuous power supply to retain data or program code persistently on a short- or long-term basis.
  • NVRAM (non-volatile random-access memory) - NVRAM (non-volatile random-access memory) refers to computer memory that can hold data even when power to the memory chips has been turned off.
  • NVS - Non-volatile storage (NVS) is a broad collection of technologies and devices that do not require a continuous power supply to retain data or program code persistently on a short- or long-term basis.
  • NWay - NWay is a telecommunications protocol used with Ethernet networking devices (such as router and switch) to automatically negotiate the highest possible common transmission speed between two devices.
  • NWR - NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) is an emergency broadcasting system operated by the U.
  • nym - A nym (pronounced NIHM and a shortened form of "pseudonym,") is a name invented by or provided for an Internet user in order to conceal the user's real identity and, in some cases, to expressly create a new and separate Internet identity.
  • Nyquist Theorem - The Nyquist Theorem, also known as the sampling theorem, is a principle that engineers follow in the digitization of analog signals.
  • N�s - The newton-second is the standard unit of impulse.
  • SAP NetWeaver - SAP NetWeaver is a technology platform that allows organizations to integrate data, business processes, elements and more from a variety of sources into unified SAP environments.

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