What is OPC protocol?

Answer OPC protocol is a computer standard commonly used in industry for connecting industrial hardware to computer systems either for diagnostics or for creating interfaces to control the hardware with a... Read More »

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What is a web protocol?

A web protocol is a server on the Internet that supports security protocol. A web user's personal information such as credit card, social security and address information is encrypted for protectio... Read More »

What is a GTP protocol?

A Go Text Protocol (GTP) is a protocol that uses text for communication with computer programs for playing the board game "Go" online. According to Lysator, the Academic Computer Society, GTP is po... Read More »

What is an RPC protocol?

In Windows, the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol manages communication between a server (the high-end computer that manages a network) and the client (the workstation computers that connect to ... Read More »

What is a udp protocol?

UDP, or User Datagram Protocol, is a means for computers to communicate data between each other. In its most general sense, UDP does very little other than take bytes of data from one computer and ... Read More »