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ADC

Analog to Digital Converter

ADC

Abbr. for “Air Diffusion Council.”

ADC

(1) See A/D converter and application delivery controller.

(2) (Advanced Data Connector) See RDS.

(3) (Apple Display Connector) An earlier peripheral connector from Apple that combined video display, USB and power in one cable. Introduced in 2000 with the G4 Cubes, adapters provided VGA to ADC and DVI to ADC conversion. Eventually, ADC gave way to DVI.
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ADC would like future historians to remember the company as innovative.
ADC provides the connections for wireline, wireless, cable, broadcast, and enterprise networks around the world.
We are very happy that a forward-looking company like Air Berlin decided on our innovative infrastructure solutions and has successfully implemented them," said Axel Kahsnitz, vice president of ADC and regional director for EMEA.
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All ADC partners, especially those involved in the design and implementation of enterprise-level data centers, will have access to ADC's TrueNet stencils as well as other ADC products.
To address this critical need, ADC has developed innovative solutions designed to optimize data centers based on our proven experience in providing infrastructure for the world's most elite class of data networks.
All of the hotel's 240 guest rooms and 40 suites include dual-line telephones with fax/modem ports, high-speed Internet access and Wi-Fi (wireless) Internet access via a complete end-to-end ADC CopperTen cabling system, comprised of cable, connectors, patch cords and panels.