In video teleconferencing, pertaining to a family of CCITT (now, ITU-T) Recommendations, where p is a non-zero positive integer indicating the number of 64 kb/s channels. Note: The p × 64 family includes Recommendations H.261, H.221, H.242, H.230, and H.320. These Recommendations form the basis for video telecommunications interoperability.
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migrating an operating system and its installed applications from a physical computer to a virtual machine (or a partition), without modification. Compare to virtual to physical.
The operation of migrating an operating system and every application installed on it from a physical computer to a virtual machine (or a partition), without reinstalling anything. The opposite of V2P (Virtual to Physical) migration.
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is comparable to renting servers from large data centres. The "rented server" is yours to do with as you please so you can put any stack you want on the platform. In the case of Fedorazon we have used a LAMP like stack but with the software (SW) component being FedoraCommon's Java software base. Currently we would define examples of PaaS to include: AWS's EC2, IBM's Blue Cloud and perhaps even GoogleApp Engine once it has more SW stack component options.
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A customizable address list in which a user can add and delete names of users and personal distribution lists to which messages frequently are addressed. A user can either create the entries or copy them from another address list. Personal Address Book files have a .pab file extension and can be copied easily to a disk. [Exchange 2003]
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