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CDAC : Centre for Development of Advanced Parallel Computing.
C-DOT : Center for Development of Telematrics.
HTTP : Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
ROM : Read Only Memory
RAM : Random Access Memory
BIOS : Basic Input- Output System.
MODEM : Modulation – Demodulation.
CAD : Computer Aided Design.
PSTN : Public Switched Public Data Network.

PSPDN : Pocket Switched Public.
RABAN : Remote Area Business Message Network.
LAN : Local Area Network
WAN : Wide Area Network .
MAN : Metropolitan Area Network.
CDMA : Code Division Multiple Access.

GAIS : Gateway Internet Access Service
E-Mail : Electronic Mail.
CD : Compact Disc.

LDU : Liquid Display Unit.
CPU : Central Processing Unit.

CAM : Computer Aided Manufacturing.
CATScan : Computerized Axial Tomography Scan .
COBOL : Common Business Oriented Language.
COMAL : Common Algorithmic Language.
DOS : Disk Operating System.
DTS : Desk Top System
DTP : Desk Top Publishing.
E-Commerce : Electronic Commerce.
ENIAC : Electronic Numerical Integrator And Calculator
FAX : Far Away Xerox.

FLOPS : Floating Operations Per Second.
FORTRAN : Formula Translation.
HLL : High Level Language.
HTML : Hyper Text Markup Language.
IBM : International Business Machine.
IC : Integrated Circuit
ISH : International Super Highway.

LISP : List Processing.
LLL : Low Level Language
MICR : Magnetic Ink Character Recognizer.
MIPS : Millions of Instructions Per Second.
MOPS : Millions of Operations Per Second.
MPU : Micro Processor Unit.
NICNET : National Information Center Network.

OMR : Optical Mark Reader.
PC-DOT : Personal Computer Disk Operation System.

PROM : Programmable Read Only Memory.
SNOBOL : String Oriented Symbolic Language.

UPS : Uninterpretable Power Supply.
VDU : Visual Display Unit.
VLSI : Very Large Scale Integrated.
WWW : World Wide Web.

WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network.
Wi-fi – Wireless Fidelity
TIFF – Tagged Image File Format
e-SATA – External Serial Advanced Technology Attachment
WiMAX – Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access
JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group
GIF – Graphics Interchange Format

ATX – Advanced Technology Extended
UATX – Ultra Advanced Technology Extended
FATX – Flex Advanced Technology Extended

MATX – Micro Advanced Technology Extended
EEATX – Enhanced Extended Advanced Technology Extended
DDR SDRAM – Double-Data-Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
DDR RAM – Double-Data-Rate Random Access Memory
GUI – Graphical User Interfaces
CUI – Command User Interfaces

AGP -         Accellerated Graphics Port
NAT – Network Address Translation
ARPANET -     Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
BIOS     -  Basic Input/Output System
SCSI   - Small Computer Systems Interface
OCR   -      Optical Character Recognition
PCI      -   Peripheral Component Interface
PDA      -   Personal Digital Assistant

MIDI     -   Musical Instrument Digital Interface
BPS     -  Bites Per Second

KBPS    -    KiloBits Per Second
MPEG    -    Motion Picture Experts Group
JPEG      -   Joint Photographic Expert Group
LCD      -   Liquid Crystal Display

MAC      -   Media Access Control


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