Archive for: October 20th, 2009

Virtual Machine Disk vs. Virtual Hard Drive

Virtual Machine Disk vs. Virtual Hard Drive

Traditional non-virtualized servers and desktops will load and execute hundreds, even thousands, of individual files such as operating-system kernel files, device drivers, application components and data files. Virtualization abstracts the software...

 

Dane-Elec ‘So SuperSpeed’ HDDs and SSDs will support the upcoming USB 3.0 standard

Dane-Elec ‘So SuperSpeed’ HDDs and SSDs will support the upcoming USB 3.0 standard DANE-ELEC MEMORY is one manufacturer in the world of memory modules and boards for computers, telecommunications and digital appliances. Dane-Elec...

 

TYPE L plugs used almost exclusively in Italy and randomly found throughout North Africa

TYPE L plugs used almost exclusively in Italy and randomly found throughout North Africa

TYPE L plugs used almost exclusively in Italy and randomly found throughout North Africa The Italian grounded plug/socket standard, CEI 23-16/VII, includes two styles rated at 10 and 16 amps. They differ in terms of contact diameter and spacing,...

 

TYPE K plugs used almost exclusively in Denmark and Greenland

TYPE K plugs used almost exclusively in Denmark and Greenland

TYPE K plugs used almost exclusively in Denmark and Greenland The Danish standard is described in Afsnit 107-2-D1. The plug is similar to F except that it has a grounding pin instead of grounding clips. A type C plug fits perfectly into a type...

 

TYPE J plugs used almost exclusively in Switzerland and Liechtenstein

TYPE J plugs used almost exclusively in Switzerland and Liechtenstein

TYPE J plugs used almost exclusively in Switzerland and Liechtenstein Switzerland has its own standard which is described in SEC 1011. This plug is similar to C, except that it has the addition of a grounding pin. This connector system is rated...

 

TYPE I plugs mainly used in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Argentina

TYPE I plugs mainly used in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Argentina

TYPE I plugs mainly used in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Argentina. This plug has also a grounding pin and two flat prongs forming a V-shape. There is an ungrounded version of this plug as well, with only two...

 

TYPE H plugs used exclusively in Israel

TYPE H plugs used exclusively in Israel

TYPE H plugs used exclusively in Israel. This plug is unique to Israel. It has two flat prongs like the type B plug, but they form a V-shape rather than being parallel. Type H plugs have got a grounding pin as well and are rated at 16 amps....

 

TYPE G plugs mainly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong

TYPE G plugs mainly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong

TYPE G plugs mainly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong This plug has three rectangular prongs that form a triangle. British Standard BS 1363 requires use of a three-wire grounded and fused plug...

 

Type F Schuko plug

Type F Schuko plug

Type F plugs used in, among others, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Portugal, Spain and Eastern Europe Plug F, known as CEE 7/4 and commonly called “Schuko plug”, which is the acronym of “Schutzkontakt”,...

 

TYPE E plugs used in France, Belgium, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Tunisia and Morocco

TYPE E plugs used in France, Belgium, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Tunisia and Morocco

TYPE E primarily plugs used in France, Belgium, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Tunisia and Morocco. France, Belgium and some other countries have standardised on a socket which is different from the CEE 7/4 socket (type F) that is standard...