Thursday, April 17, 2014

TCS IT Wiz preparation!

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TCS IT Wiz preparation

Q1.He is one of the founders of a very famous company which has been recently been acquired .Who is he?

Q2.X was founded in 1925 by Sidney N X,selling radio parts kits in the days before complete manufactured radios were available. The company's office was located at 19 South Wells Street in downtown Chicago, Illinois.It currently sells headphones,microphones,mic systems etc.Identify X.

Q3.Sprays of ink globules are released which strike the surface in circular patterns creating the required print.This is a proprietary technology for printing. Name this technology and the company it's assosciated with.

Q4.Which famous person wanted to name the web after himself something like the information mine,so he could honour himself?

Q5.Marketed by sum lock,Comptometer was the first all electronic calculator.It was created by Dorr Felt.Out of what was it made?

Q6.X was a software created by Piriform.It is based on windows and can help a person recover files which have been permanently deleted by a user.Identify X.

Q7.What is FICON in the world of technology?(expand it)

Q8.X gets it's named after a place in Israel,the last line of defence for Egypt.It is a cloud security company from Menlo Park.Identify X.

Q9.A X is a device for connecting multiple Ethernet devices together and making them act as a single network segment. It has multiple input/output (I/O) ports, in which a signal introduced at the input of any port appears at the output of every port except the original incoming.Identify X.

Q10.Which department of ICANN looks at IP address allocation?

1.Joseph Galvin,motorola 
2.Shure inc.
3.Bubble ink technology,canon
4.Tim Berners lee
5.Macaroni box
7.FIber CONnectivity
9.Ethernet hub

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