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Darling Husband


Darling Wife


no real meaning just something you do things for.


Chibi anime smile meaning a kinda gentle coming smile


i don't think so


See you in the morning


i don't think so


Lying In Bed

Xirrus Wi-Fi Array

The Xirrus Wi-Fi Array architecture displaces both overlay Wi-Fi offerings and switched Ethernet to the desktop. The Wi-Fi Array integrates 4, 8, 12, 16 or 24 802.11abg+n radios coupled to a high-gain directional antenna system into a single device along with an onboard multi-gigabit switch, Wi-Fi controller, firewall, dedicated Wi-Fi threat sensor, and an embedded spectrum analyzer. The Wi-Fi Array provides more than enough bandwidth, security, and control to replace switched Ethernet to the desktop as the primary network connection. The Xirrus Wi-Fi Array delivers the most coverage, bandwidth, throughput, and user density than anything else available on the market today - resulting in a solution that uses 75% fewer devices, cabling, switch ports, power, space, and installation time compared with any other offering.

Xirrus XS4 Wi-Fi Array

802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi Array with 4 integrated Access Points, antennas, controller, switch, threat sensor, and firewall.


XMS (Xirrus Management System) and 20 Wi-Fi Array License to operate on customer-supplied server.


XMS (Xirrus Management System) and 50 Wi-Fi Array License to operate on customer-supplied server.


XMS (Xirrus Management System) and unlimited Wi-Fi Array Site License to operate on customer-supplied server

password sniffer

A Trojan Horse program that downloads while an unsuspecting user is visiting a website, which detects the user's password and sends it to the originator of the site.

parity checking

An error detection technique in which an extra bit, called a parity bit, is added to each byte in a transmission, holding a 0 or 1 depending on whether the byte has an odd or even number of 1 bits. The sender and receiver agree on odd parity, even parity, or no parity. If they agree on even parity, a parity bit will be added that will make each byte even. If they agree on odd parity, a parity bit will be added that will make each byte odd. If the data is transmitted incorrectly, the change in parity will reveal the error.


Multimedia is communication that uses any combination of different media, and may or may not involve computers. Multimedia may include text, spoken audio, music, images, animation and video. The large amounts of data required for computer multimedia files makes CD-ROMs a good option for storage; but there are other ways of receiving multimedia communications, such as the World Wide Web. Multimedia programs are often interactive, and include games, sales presentations, encyclopedias, and more.


Macintosh files, unlike files from other computer platforms which hold data only, have a resource fork and a data fork. If Mac files are put on a non-Mac machine, the resource fork will be stripped off, rendering some files unusable. MacBinary encoding prevents loss of the resource fork when posting the file to a non-Mac platform, by attaching the resource and data forks together in a single data file. MacBinary files must be transferred using an 8-bit, binary mode. They often have .bin as a filename extension.


A computer with its entire CPU contained on one integrated circuit. The first microprocessor was created by Intel. The creation of microprocessors was the breakthrough that led to the development of personal computers. Microprocessors have, over time, acquired more and more of the features of large computers.


A family of 32-bit personal computers introduced by Apple in 1984; the first widely used computers with a graphical user interface, a mouse, and windows. Rather than typing in commands, users open software and copy or delete files by clicking on icons on the screen that look like file folders, a trash can, and other things one would find in a real office. Macs quickly became popular because of their user-friendly interface. In 1994, PowerMacs, which use a PowerPC CPU, became available. The Macintosh Operating System is now called MacOS.

DB Connector: Database Bus connector

Database Bus connector (DB connector), defined by various EIA/TIA standards, is a type of connectors used to connect serial and parallel cables to a data bus. DB connector names are in the format of DB-x, where x represents the number of (wires) within the connector. Each line is connected to a pin on the connector, but in many cases, not all pins are assigned a function. DB connectors come in 9, 15, 25, 37 and 50-pin sizes. The DB connector defines the physical structure of the connector, not the purpose of each line. For example, DB-9 connectors have 9 pins and are used to connect a mouse. DB-25 connectors have 25 pins and are used to connect a printer.

MVKS (MERA VoIP Key System)

A LAN-based PBX designed especially for small to medium enterprises (SME). It is also adequate for large conglomerates with several satellite facilities and offices. Aside from being easy to install and use, MVKS supports complete interoperability with existing network systems.

DAC: Digital-to-Analog converter

Digital-to-Analog converter (DAC), also known as D/A converter, or D-to-A, is a device that convert a set of bits from a processor to an analog signal (current, voltage or charges) according to the digital input. D/A converters might be as simple as an array of resistors configured in the typical "R-2R" fashion or a hybrid module that generates very precise results with many bits of resolution. Simple switches, a network of resistors, current sources or capacitors may implement this conversion.

DDR Memory: Double Data Rate Memory

DDR memory, or Double Data Rate memory, is an evolutionary new memory technology that doubles data throughput to the processor. As an evolution of SDRAM, DDR memory leverages the existing production and environment to provide better PC performance at an affordable price. DDR memory is also known as DDR-SDRAM, or DDRAM.


Controller, in the context of computer, is a device that controls the transfer of data from a computer to a peripheral device and vice versa. Controllers are required on both the computer and the peripherial devices such as disk drives, display screens, keyboards, and printers.

CCD: Charge-Coupled device

Charge-coupled device (CCD) is a device whose semiconductors are connected so that the output of one serves as the input of the next. Digital cameras, video cameras, and optical scanners all use CCD arrays.

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