firewire

'Firewire' is a peripheral bus standard that enables automatic detection of certain peripheral devices and fast rates of data transfer. Originally developed for graphic exchange by Apple the standard has been extended to cover the PC/Windows platform. It is a rival to USB (q.v.).

FireWire

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Firewire

Cross platform standard for transmission of serial data, details ...
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FireWire

Popular interface standard for connecting PCs and peripheral devices. Allows 400-Mbps high-speed data transfer. 'FireWire' is the name used by Apple Corporation and is identical to IEEE1394. It is also called 'i.Link.'
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Firewire

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Serial data transfer interface with a transfer speed of up to 400 Mbit per seconds (50 MB per second). Sometimes known as an IEEE1394 interface. Features some of the characteristics of USB, such as Plug & Play and the connection of up to 64 devices.
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FireWire

Based on the IEEE 1394 standard for connecting high-speed external devices to a computer, such as video and audio-editing devices. It is a complementary technology to Universal Serial Bus, but with a higher bandwidth.
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Firewire

FireWire is a cross-platform implementation of the high-speed serial data bus -- defined by IEEE Standard 1394-1995 -- that can move large amounts of data between computers and peripheral devices. It features simplified cabling, hot swapping, and transfer speeds of up to 400 megabits per second. For more information go here.
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Firewire

A very fast external bus that supports data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps. Firewire was developed by Apple and falls under the IEEE 1394 standard. Other companies follow the IEEE 1394 but have names such as Lynx and I-Link.
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Firewire

The IEEE 1394 - technology, initially called Firewire, characterises a relatively new (from 1995) serial interface technology for PC - and video devices to transmit digital data of up to 400 Mbit/sec.
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Firewire

history of firewire
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Firewire

A very fast external bus that supports data transfer rates of up to 400 Mbps. Firewire was developed by Apple and falls under the IEEE 1394 standard. Other companies follow the IEEE 1394 but have names such as Lynx and I-Link
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FireWire

See IEEE 1394.
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FireWire

A type of cabling technology for transferring data to and from digital devices at high speed. Some professional digital cameras and memory card readers connect to the computer over FireWire. FireWire card readers are typically faster than those that connect via USB. Also known as IEEE 1394, FireWire was invented by Apple Computer but is now commonl...
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Firewire

FireWire is a fast peripheral interconnect standard capable of transfer speeds up to 400 Mbs. It works well for multimedia peripherals such as DV (Digital Video) cameras and other high-speed devices like the latest hard disk drives, CD/DVD burners and printers. Apple FireWire information.
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FireWire

In computing, Apple's implementation of the IEEE 1394 serial connection system. The term has since been adopted by other computer manufacturers and is commonly used for the connection of digital video cameras to personal computers
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Firewire

[disambiguation] FireWire is Apple`s trademark for the IEEE 1394 interface. Firewire or Fire wire may also refer to: ...
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FireWire

, it is a high-speed input or output bus used by digital video devices, film or flatbed scanners, and high end digital still cameras & PC's.
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FireWire

Officially known as the IEEE 1394 protocol. A high speed data transfer interface used on digital camcorders and the more expensive Digital SLR's.
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FireWire

Originally developed by Apple, this is an increasingly popular and very fast external bus for transf
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FireWire

IEEE standard number 1394. A serial I/O interface boasting transfer rates up to 400MB/sec, 800MB/sec
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Firewire

A type of cabling technology for transferring data to and from digital devices at high speed. Some p
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Firewire

is Apple Computer's version of a standard, IEEE 1394, High Performance Serial Bus, for connecting devices to your PC. FireWire provides a single plug-and-socket connection on which up to 63 devices can be attached with data transfer speeds up to 400 Mbps (megabits per second).
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FireWire

High-speed external data bus intended to replace the SCSI busin the Macintosh system architecture, as the bus of choice for theconnection of storage devices, external video and image I/O, etc.
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