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addressing

[ə′dres·iŋ]
(computer science)
The methods of locating and gaining access to information in a computer's storage.
The methods of selecting a particular peripheral device from several that are available at a given time.
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Content addressing distinguishes Centera from other storage technologies (all of which are based on location addressing) because it eliminates the need to understand and manage the physical or logical location of information on the storage medium.
NetNumber, a leading provider of next-generation addressing technology to the communications industry, announces today that the SPIDER Registry, the first and only neutral, secure, industry-managed Global Registry of VoIP interconnect addressing data, is launching using NetNumber's next-generation registry infrastructure technology.
Leave the default IP address un changed unless you have a sound understanding of IP addressing.
org/ -- The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced today that Web Services Addressing 1.
In a long line of court cases addressing this issue, taxpayers repeatedly have taken the position that certified or registered mail is mandatory and because the IRS typically holds taxpayers to a rigid standard of compliance with technical requirements, it, too, should be held to the same standard, (See Tenzer v.
DMTF(R)), the industry organization leading the development of management standards and integration technology for enterprise and Internet environments, today announced the public release of its Server Management (SM) Managed Element Addressing Specification.
These include new components for its secure addressing foundation extensions (SAFE DHCP) such as a Web registration template and the SAFE DHCP SecureSmart Module designed specifically for integrating with the Perfigo SecureSmart and CleanMachines solution.
Building on that solid foundation MetaInfo also provides Secure Addressing Foundation Extensions (SAFE) DHCP which provides new and vital layers of protection against viruses, worms, and other network threats while providing more effective control over the access and use of core network services.