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Error correcting code. Logic designed to detect and correct memory errors. ECC memory is commonly used for workstation and server grade computer systems. ECC memory modules typically utilize a 72-bit wide bus to the memory controller – 64-bits for data, and an extra 8-bits for error detection and correction.
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|Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)||
The dissipation of electricity. (In layman's terms, a "shock.") ESD can easily destroy semiconductor products, even when the discharge is to small to be felt.
A local area network allowing several computers to transfer data over a communications cable.