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14. CERN: An organization responsible for the original development of the World Wide Web.15. Client/Server Network: A network that consists of computers connected to one or more servers.16. Concentrator: A central connection point where all network cables are concentrated. Itis classified as either active or passive. Also called a hub.17. Connectionless-Oriented: A type of network connection that does not use a direct connection between the destination and the source.18. Connection-Oriented: A type of network connection that requires a direct connection between the source and the destination.19. Copper Core Cable: A type of cable that consists of a copper wire surrounded by plastic or synthetic insulation.20. Data Link Layer: A layer of the OSI model that describes how raw data is packaged for transfer from one network interface card to another.21. Database Server: A server that contains data files and software programs to query the data.22. Decentralized Administration: The methodology used to administer a peer-to-peer network.23. Dedicated Server: A server that provides a single function.24. Driver: A software program that allows a PC to communicate with and to transfer datato and from computer hardware, such as the network interface card.25. Electronic Industry Association (EIA): A trade association that is concerned with radio communications.26. Fiber-Optic Cable: A type of cable that has a glass or clear plastic core.27. File server: A server that stores data files that can be accessed by the client.28. FIR (Fast Infrared): A protocol used for transmitting data from laptop computers to

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