MED - Technology


  • Multiple-effect distillation
  • UTA MED a type of diesel multiple unit railcar of Northern Ireland Railways
  • Manhattan Engineer District, US project to develop a nuclear bomb during WWII (colloquially known as the Manhattan Project)
  • Music EDitor, by Tejio Kinnunen, predecessor of OctaMED
  • Media Endpoint Discovery, an enhancement of the Ethernet data communications Link Layer Discovery Protocol
  • Multi-Exit Discriminator, a network traffic routing protocol in the Border Gateway Protocol
  • .med filename extension, used for:
    • tracker modules created by OctaMED
    • MEDLINE documents
    • backup files created by WordPerfect's Macro Editor

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