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FireWire

(ˈfaɪəˌwaɪə)
n
(Computer Science) trademark computing a proprietary name for the internationally agreed standard IEEE1394, a high-performance interface which allows for the connection of peripherals such as modems, printers, and mass storage devices
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The VXA-1 solution consists of an external translucent VXA-1 tape drive with an integrated IEEE 1394 interface, comes bundled with Dantz Retrospect Desktop Backup software and is compatible with other Windows backup applications such as VERITAS Backup Exec.
In addition, Sony and Microsoft have developed a software utility that allows users to disconnect IEEE 1394 storage devices while the system is running.
The 1394 Trade Association is a worldwide organization dedicated to the advancement of the IEEE 1394 standard.
If they meet via the IEEE 1394 bus, the designer must take certain precautions or else the potential for problems increases.
It will be chaired by Les Baxter, a veteran member of the Trade Association who is the founder of Baxter Enterprises and chair of the IEEE P1394r committee, which is updating and revising the entire suite of IEEE 1394 standards.
Among other partner companies, EqcoLogic is working with Texas Instrument, the leader in IEEE 1394 connectivity.
Flexibility and convenience are key factors to consider when selecting test equipment for IEEE 1394 products," says Jan de Vries, CEO of DapTechnology.
This second-generation FlexFire ISI-736 continues to build on these innovations with a timely IP product that meets the universal demand for IEEE 1394 connectivity in consumer electronics and computing products.
In a typical IEEE 1394 bus, the connected devices are dynamically assigned IDs upon a bus reconfiguration.
The 1394 Trade Association is a global organization dedicated to the advancement and proliferation of the IEEE 1394 standard in the consumer electronics, computer, peripherals, automotive, industrial, and other markets.
We're encouraged because the HANA alliance should spur the consumer electronics industry to further embrace IEEE 1394," said UStec CEO Bill Thompson.
tecStream's IEEE 1394 network allows homeowners to make digital recordings even as they are watching a different program on the same television.