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OC - Optical Center
Optical Carrier used to specify the speed of fiber optic networks conforming to the SONET standard
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OC-12
622.08 Mbps or 336 T-1's
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OC-48
2.488 Mbps
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ODBC Connectivity
A standard database access method developed by Microsoft. The goal of ODBC is to make it possible to access any data from any application, regardless of which database management system (DBMS) is handling the data. ODBC manages this by inserting a middle layer, called a database driver , between an application and the DBMS. The purpose of this layer is to translate the application's data queries into commands that the DBMS understands. For this to work, both the application and the DBMS must be ODBC-compliant -- that is, the application must be capable of issuing ODBC commands and the DBMS must be capable of responding to them. Since version 2.0, the standard supports SAG SQL. Two types of ODBC connections are as follows: Jet Data Engine - This connection allows ODBC-compliant databases such as Microsoft Access, Foxpro, D-Base and others. SQL Server - This allows ODBC connection via TCP/IP to a Microsoft SQL server.
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OLE DB
Abbreviation of Object Linking and Embedding (pronounced as separate letters or as "oh-leh"). OLE is a compound document standard developed by Microsoft Corporation. It enables you to create objects with one application and then link or embed them in a second application. Embedded objects retain their original format and link to the application that created them. Support for OLE is built into the Windows and Macintosh operating systems. A competing compound document standard developed jointly by IBM, Apple Computer, and other computer firms is called OpenDoc.
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