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What does FTC stand for?
FTC stands for Fault Tolerant Computing
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- False Target Can
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- Farmers Telephone Cooperative, Inc
- Fast-Time Constant
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- Favorite, Thumb, Comment (Internet slang)
- Federal Trade Commission
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- Ferencvárosi Torna Club (Hungarian soccer team)
- Fiber to the Curb
- Fiduciary Trust Company (Boston, MA)
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Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society, this volume provides research papers that cover such subjects as fault tolerant computing, telecommunications, IT operations, reliable software engineering, human and robotic systems, knowledge management, astrophysics and planetary simulations, ground information systems and mission cost management.
We now offer customers three choices in fault tolerant computing to ensure our customers -- small, mid-sized and enterprise -- are able to fulfill their high-availability needs.
a fault tolerant computing systems company first established in 1982.
April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Marathon Technologies Corporation today announced that it is now shipping the industry's first, fault tolerant computing solution for Microsoft Windows NT(TM) Servers and clusters.
He also has nine patents issued in the areas of computer pipelining, multiprocessing, VLSI design and fault tolerant computing.
business unit for fault tolerant computing systems, software and enterprise servers.
A respected technology innovator, Bishop has more than 24 years of industry experience, a record of leading the development of industry standards, and nine patents in the areas of fault tolerant computing, distributed computing, and multi-processing.