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Bandwidth

Convergence

Demarcation point

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

Fail-Close

Fail-Open

Global Account

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The amount of traffic, or data transmission activity, on a network. A measure of the difference between the highest and lowest frequencies that a medium can transmit.

The transfer of electrical charge between two bodies, such as when a technician touches a computer component.

Damage that can shorten the life of a component and/or cause intermittent errors.

A user’s domain-level account, also called a global username or network ID, which is assigned by the network administrator and is kept in Active Directory.

The point of division between a telecommunications service carrier’s network and a building’s internal network.

The use of data networks to carry voice, video, and other communications services in addition to data.

System default that allows access during a system or network failure.

A unit of data that results from subdividing a larger protocol data unit. A part of a network. Usually, a segment is composed of a group of nodes that share the same communications channel for all their traffic.

Data that is passed between applications or utility programs and the operating system, and includes control information.

System default that denies access during a system or network failure.


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