Second-level address translation (SLAT)

SLAT is a feature of the Intel VT-x and AMD-V virtualization extensions that allows the guest operating system to directly access the underlying hardware’s memory management unit (MMU). This results in a significant performance improvement over traditional approaches to virtualization, which typically involve the use of a software-based MMU. SLAT is also known as extended … Read more

Tracking array

A tracking array is an array of sensors or other devices that are used to track the movement of an object or person. The array may be stationary or mobile, and the tracking may be done in real-time or over a period of time. Tracking arrays are used in a variety of applications, including security, … Read more

Zero tolerance

Zero tolerance is a term used to describe a policy or attitude characterized by a complete lack of tolerance for any kind of violation or transgression. The term is often used in the context of law enforcement, where it is used to describe a policy of strict penalties for any and all infractions, no matter … Read more

Kaspersky Lab

Kaspersky Lab is a Russian cyber security and anti-virus company founded in 1997 by Eugene Kaspersky. Kaspersky Lab produces security software for servers, personal computers, and mobile devices. The company’s products are designed to protect users from malware, phishing, and online fraud. Kaspersky Lab has a global network of over 400 million users and has … Read more

Shared memory

Shared memory is a computer architecture feature that allows different components of a computer system to share a common memory resource. This enables these components to exchange data between them more efficiently. Shared memory is usually implemented as a block of random access memory (RAM) that can be accessed by multiple devices (e.g. processors, DMA … Read more