NOC - Computer/technology Terms

Computer/technology Terms

  • Network On Chip, a term in electronic system design
  • Network operations center, a term in computer networking that defines one or more locations from which control is exercised over a computer or telecommunications network, or part thereof; also can refer to the personnel working there
  • NOCH, also known as NOC, is an open source code molecular explorer

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