OSI

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OSI

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) open systems interconnection; an international standardization model to facilitate communications among computers with different protocols
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Ultimately, Arcnet will use innovations in cryptography, like blockchain and distributed ledgers, to empower individuals to compete for investment based on the merits of their idea.
In Figure 2, there is a BACnet network created in each of the two buildings by interconnecting the BACnet controllers using one or more of the supported fieldbus network technologies supported by the BACnet standard (MS/TP, ARCNET, LonTalk, PTP, Ethernet).
The most commonly used LANs in BACnet systems are Ethernet, ARCNET, and MS/TP.
Arcnet was developed by Datapoint Corporation, in 1977.
Bhd., a wholly owned subsidiary in Malaysia of Japan's NTT Communications Corp., on Monday launched its Internet portal, Arcnet, making it the fifth Internet service provider in the country and the first foreign player.
Transition Networks has launched two media converters for IBM environments and an ARCNet converter.
The ARCNET Trade Association has released an interactive CD- ROM entitled 'ARCNET-The First 20 Years Platinum Anthology' which covers ARCNET history, technology overview, product guides, executable software drivers and source codes.
The recovery plan should describe the type and location of the network's cable system, specifically whether the LAN is connected to Ethernet, ARCnet, or Token-ring.
CNet manufactures LAN and network system products such as standard Ethernet, 10BaseT, Arcnet, and Token Ring networking products, as well as concentrators, hubs, and transceivers to support them.
Using unique communications technology designed to comply with Novell's Storage Management Services (SMS) architecture, MasterSafe backs up data over ArcNet, Token Ring, Ethernet and Fiber Optic topologies as well as over other carriers such as T1s simultaneously.
Netware's popularity is due to its ability to run on Ethernet, IBM Token Ring, and ARCNET networks.