AUI

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AcronymDefinition
AUIActing under the Influence
AUIAttachment Unit Interface
AUIAssociated Universities, Inc (Washington, DC)
AUIAdministration User Interface (software)
AUIAgricultural University of Iceland (est. 2005)
AUIAdapter Unit Interface
AUIAbstract User Interface
AUIAudio User Interface
AUIAural User Interface
AUIUkraine International Airlines (ICAO code)
AUIAction d'Urgence Internationale (French: International Emergency Action; disaster relief)
AUIAl Akhawayn University in Ifrane (Morocco)
AUIAccess Unit Interface
AUIAssociation des Utilisateurs d'Internet (French: Association of Internet Users)
AUIAlianza Unida Iraquí (Iraq)
AUIAdaptable User Interface
AUIApplication User Interface (IEEE 802.3)
AUIAttentive User Interface
AUIAutosub Under Ice (UK)
AUIAttachment User Interface
AUIAudible User Interface
AUIAuxiliary Unit Interface
AUIAsset Utilization Index
AUIAdoptions Unlimited, Inc. (Chino, CA)
AUIAuxiliary User Interface
AUIArchiver User Interface
AUIApplicant User Interface
AUIAdvanced Unmanned Interceptor
AUIASCII User Interface
AUIAsynchronous Universal Interface
AUIAgent Underwriting Inquiry
AUIActive User Identification
AUIASCII/ANSI User Interface
AUIAgency Underwriting Information (State Farm Insurance)
AUIArbitrary Unit of Intensity
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A compact and rugged device, the Thick/Thin Repeater is designed to link thick/thin cables, through an attachment unit interface (AUI) for connection to a standard Ethernet transceiver, and one isolated BNC connector for direct connection to a thin Ethernet connection.
The scalable HBA architecture not only encompasses investment protection with full backward compatibility with the installed base of 1Gb and 2Gb equipment, it offers forward compatibility by providing a common platform for 4Gb and then 10Gb products by incorporating a 10Gb Fibre Channel Attachment Unit interface (XAUI).
The JNI X8 architecture achieves high performance and low cost in server and embedded applications by integrating two fully independent Fibre Channel protocol engines, four embedded 200+MHz Tensilica Xtensa processors per channel, 1-2-4gigabits per second (Gb) SERDES, a 10Gb attachment unit interface (XAUI), internal and external memory controllers.