Definitions for "RDC"
Keywords:  budd, diesel, propelled, passenger, rct
(Rail Diesel Car) A self-propelled passenger car built by the Budd Company. The engines, which are mounted under the floor, are usually two 275- or 300-h.p. Detroit diesels driving through torque converters. Also known as a "Budd Car"
Rail Diesel Car. a self-propelled passenger car with 2 diesel engines located beneath the car floor built by the Budd Company of Philadelphia, PA in the late 1950's and early 1960's. RDC's were offered as a cost-effective way for railroads to compete in the passenger business at time when market share was rapidly being lost to automobiles and airplanes. RCT&HS currently has 2 RDC's in its collection, Nos. 9152 & 9162.
Keywords:  centre, warehouse, serdc, nwrdc, cfrdc
Regional Data Center
Refugee Data Collection System/Refugee Data Center
Covad's RDC is a state-of-the-art carrier grade facility that switches client traffic to and from the customer (corporation). Covad has an RDC in each area where it operates--for example, San Francisco Bay or New York City. Covad aggregates client traffic from each central office in a region on its regional network, switches the traffic through its RDC, and then delivers the traffic to the corporate network over one or more high-speed wide area network (WAN) circuits. The WAN circuit terminates on a corporate router or switch.
Ré publique dé mocratique Du Congo
Rural Development Committee
Rural Development Council (NI)
see 'Research Degrees Committee'.
Research Diagnostic Criteria. A list of criteria where a certain number must be met for a diagnosis to be made. For example, the DSM-IV enumerates 10 criteria for pathological gambling, five of which must be met before a diagnosis can be made.
Reverse DNS Check. See Network Check
routing determination check
Keywords:  registration
Registration (DC)