Definition of datacomms in English:

datacomms

(also datacoms)

plural noun

  • Data communications:

    ‘datacomms in digital or conventional analogue systems’
    [as modifier] ‘datacomms software’
    • ‘The module offers cable-free datacoms at data rates of between 2.4 and 115.2Kbits/s and allows designers to adjust the overall comms distance by modifying the LED load resistance value.’
    • ‘‘More than 60% of revenue from the UMTS networks will be derived from datacoms in the long term,’ said Eylert.’
    • ‘The company is also developing materials for optical backplanes, which allow system boards in telecoms and datacoms networks to be linked with optical connections.’
    • ‘Suitable for use in telecoms and datacoms applications and handheld devices such as MP3 players, PDAs, digital cameras and cellphones, the connectors incorporate a card retention mechanism for additional security.’
    • ‘The silica planar chips now under production at Kymata will form the core of the telecoms and datacoms networks of the future - a market soon be worth almost $25 bn.’

Pronunciation:

datacomms

/ˈdeɪtəkɒmz/