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  • FLEXCUBE

    Oracle FLEXCUBE is a Core Banking solution offered by Oracle to helps banks overcome the challenges of intense competition, reduced margins, and increased customer expectations by creating a unique competitive advantage built upon improved profitability and an extended customer reach. With Oracle FLEXCUBE Core Banking, banks gain a cost advantage through straight-through processing and exception handling. In addition, the solution supports regulatory requirements in key markets through a highly secure data management system, which can easily integrate with third-party solutions at your bank.

  • Flexfield

    In an Oracle environment, a flexfield is a database field that has flexibility built into it so that users can define reporting structures that are relevant to their specific organizations. 

  • FlexPod

    A reference architecture for server, storage and networking components that are pre-tested and validated to work together as an integrated infrastructure stack. 

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  • Floating-point operations per second (FLOPS)

    In computers, FLOPS are floating-point operations per second. Floating-point is, according to IBM, "a method of encoding real numbers within the limits of finite precision available on computers." 

  • Flow routing

    Anetwork routing technology that takes variations in the flow of data into account to increase routing efficiency. The increased efficiency helps avoid excessive latency and jitter for streaming data, such as VoIP (voice over IP) or video.

  • Flowchart

    A graphical representation of a computer program in relation to its sequence of functions (as distinct from the data it processes).

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  • Fluid Query

    IBM Fluid Query powers the logical data warehouse, giving users the ability to combine numerous types of data from various sources in a fast, agile manner to drive analytics and deeper insight without having to understand how to connect multiple data stores, use different syntaxes or APIs, or change their applications.

  • Fluke Certified Cable Test Technician DTX

    Fluke Certified Cable Test Technician DTX by CNet Training

  • Flutter

    Flutter is an open-source cross platform mobile application development SDK developed by Google. With flutter mobile app developers can develop applications for Android, iOS and Fuchsia(a capability-based operating system currently developed by Google).

    IT Blogs (1)
  • Foglight

    Foglight is the premier solution for performance monitoring and management across multiple technologies (e.g. Java, .NET, virtual or physical servers, databases, etc.) and capturing the experience of users interacting with your business applications. Foglight simplifies application, database, and infrastructure performance management to help you lower the operational cost of managing IT environments, mitigate risk of downtime while improving staff productivity, improve compliance with application, database, and infrastructure end-user SLAs, reduce incident counts and mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR) of incidents and provide visibility for IT and business stakeholders.

  • Foil-screened Twisted Pair (FTP) cable

    A cable containing multiple pairs of copper wire enclosed in a sheath of aluminum foil. It's used in wiring systems in buildings or other environments where heavy noise adjacent to the wire might cause interference. 

  • Food apps

    Mobile or Web applications that assist netizens find restaurents with deals, reviews and food options in their locality.

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  • Food processing software

    An ERP solution to track the information of the processed food and the inventory stock with details like the quantity, expiry dates and provide valuable information based on market demand.

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  • Foreign key

    A key from another table that refers to (or targets) a specific key, usually the primary key, in the table being used. A primary key can be targeted by multiple (or none)  foreign keys from other tables. 

  • Foreign network

    In the Mobile Internet Protocol (Mobile IP), a foreign network is any network other than the home network to which a mobile device may be connected.

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