Data Unit has been in a strong partnership with esteemed IT security company Barracuda Networks since 1990s and in 2012 the former doubled revenue for their latter's products which led to its latest award.
What does DU stand for?
DU stands for Data Unit
This definition appears very rarely
See other definitions of DU
We have 13 other meanings of DU in our Acronym Attic
- Dorchester Town Youth Football Club (UK)
- Diltiazem (pharmacology)
- Distance to Zero (various applications)
- Division Tactical Zone
- Drive-Time Zone (schools)
- Dutzend (German: Dozens)
- Daily Universe (college newspaper at BYU)
- Dangerous, Undetected Failure
- Danske Universiteter (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In contrast to FIFO, FIFO2 stores a reference bit for each data unit in the queue.
A recent report from Local Government Data Unit for Wales showcased the good work achieved in Rhondda Cynon Taff which boasts only 11% of highways are in "poor" condition, below the all-Wales average of 13.
Real-time production monitoring features wireless data units and OPC Ethernet machine connections.
Hemscott Data units include Hemscott Guru, an online research tool and Hemscott Advisor Rankings Guide.
It will include replacement of the navigation computer and flight data units and a horizontal situation indicator.
SCSI command descriptor blocks (CDBs) are packed into a protocol data unit (PDU) by the iSCSI driver and are then passed onto the transmission control protocol (TCP) stack.
The large "alleged discrepancies" have implications mainly for China's coastal fisheries, "because China is not an important food-fish exporter," says Richard Grainger, the chief of the FAO's fisheries data unit.