VOC may refer to:

  • VOC, a United States Navy abbreviation for "Observation Composite Squadron"
  • Vitium Organicum Cordis, Latin for heart defect
  • Vancouver Organizing Committee, the organizer of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics
  • Vannes Olympique Club, a French soccer club
  • Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie in Dutch) (1602–1800), a Dutch chartered company
  • V. O. Chidambaram Pillai (1872–1936), an Indian lawyer, trade union leader, shipping magnate and freedom fighter
  • Victory over communism
  • Voice of the customer, a term to describe the process of capturing a customer's requirements
  • Volatile organic compound, a vaporous chemical
  • the filename extension for Creative Voice files, a proprietary audio file format developed by Creative Labs for use by their Soundblaster sound cards
  • Open-circuit voltage (VOC), the voltage between two terminals when there is no external load connected

Other articles related to "voc":

Soy Como Quiero Ser - Track Listing - Portuguese Version
... Side A Es Mejor Sin Hablar Agora Você Pode Ir (Ahora Te Puedes Marchar) Eu Que Não Vivo Sem Você (Yo Que No Vivo Sin Ti) Era Você (Eres Tu) Side B Solo Tu No ...
Laurens Reael - East Indies
... become the third Governor-General in 1616, where he was stationed at the VOC headquarters, at that time on Ternate in the Moluccas ... He was unaware that the VOC had ordered Schouten Le Maire's ships to be confiscated for alleged infringement of its monopoly of trade to the Spice Islands ... Reael resigned following a dispute with the VOC's leadership (the Lords XVII) on the treatment of both the English competitors in the Moluccas and of the native people ...
Abu Nasr Abdul Kahhar
... for subjugating Banten to the Dutch East India Company (VOC) ... The VOC even called them the "old Sultan" and "young Sultan," respectively ... in favor of a stronger relationship with the VOC in nearby Batavia, while Ageng was a firm opponent of such a relationship ...
Sonbai Kecil - Migration To Kupang
... Sonbai allied with the Dutch East India Company (VOC) against the Portuguese in 1655 ... The VOC had a post in Kupang in the far west since 1653 and was engaged in warfare with Portugal, whose dominions included Larantuka on Flores and Lifau on the north coast of Timor ... migrated to the Dutch stronghold in Kupang together with another VOC-allied group, Amabi ...