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CDP

(cytidine diphosphate): see cytosinecytosine
, organic base of the pyrimidine family. It was isolated from the nucleic acid of calf thymus tissue in 1894. A suggested structure for cytosine, published in 1903, was confirmed in the same year when that base was synthesized in the laboratory.
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CDP

(1) See continuous data protection.

(2) (Certificate in Data Processing) An earlier award for the successful completion of an examination in hardware, software, systems analysis, programming, management and accounting, offered by the ICCP. See ICCP.

(3) (Cisco Discovery Protocol) A protocol used by Cisco bridges and routers to inform each other of their existence. It sends frames over the data link layer (Ethernet, frame relay, ATM, etc.) to a multicast address. The content of the CDP message is addresses that SNMP messages can be sent to.
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Risk management and compliance mandates are issues forcing IT to rethink data protection, data availability, data preservation, and disaster recovery readiness and responsiveness," said Ken Dang, product manager, CDP at SonicWALL.
The solution operates in conjunction with local SonicWALL CDP devices and receives data automatically from CDP appliances continually, with data securely transmitted and encrypted with an AES 256-bit encryption key.
While solutions based on the strictest definitions of CDP (as defined by SNIA) may gain some momentum in the market, the majority of customers don't have either a Recovery Point Objective (RPO) that requires stand-alone CDP or a budget to be able to afford a stand-alone CDP solution.
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Because of the relationship with Lend Lease, they [CDP Capital-REA] were able to be the successful purchaser of the Lend Lease Structured Finance program, which ran two pockets of capital--one directly advising CDP, and one in which CDP was a large investor in a commingled fund," said Michelle Levy, single-asset portfolio managing director for CWCapital Investments.
The financing is CDP Capital--Mortgages' second transaction for 75 Broad Street, having arranged $85 million interim financing last year.