Content-addressed memory (CAM)

Content-addressed memory (CAM) is a type of computer memory that stores data based on its content, rather than its location. CAM is typically used for fast searches of large data sets, such as those found in network routers. CAM works by storing a data set in a table, with each entry in the table corresponding … Read more


A neutron is a subatomic particle, symbol n or n0, with no net electric charge and a mass slightly larger than that of a proton. Protons and neutrons constitute the nuclei of atoms. Since protons and neutrons behave similarly within the nucleus, and each has a mass of approximately one atomic unit, they are both … Read more

FIX protocol (Financial Information Exchange protocol)

The FIX Protocol (Financial Information Exchange Protocol) is an electronic communications protocol initiated in 1992 for international real-time exchange of information related to securities transactions and markets. The protocol has undergone several revisions since its inception, with the most recent version being FIX Protocol Version 5.0. The protocol is maintained by FIX Protocol Limited (FPL), … Read more