Definitions for "NTP "
The Network Time Protocol is used to synchronize the time of a computer client or server to another server or reference time source, such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem.
A protocol to maintain a common sense of 'time' among Internet hosts.
Stands for Network Time Protocol. It is a method used to send information over the Internet to synchronize the time of computer clients or servers with that of an accurate server or time source.
nucleoside 5-triphosphate
Ribonucleoside triphosphate See nucleotide.
NTP was established in 1978 by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to coordinate toxicology research and testing activities and to provide information about potentially toxic chemicals to regulatory and research agencies and the public. NTP periodically publishes a “list of carcinogens” that may trigger a number of regulatory requirements.
National Toxicology Program.
Keywords:  oxicology, rogram, ational
ational oxicology rogram
An acronym for normal temperature and pressure.
NTP Abbreviation of ew ip lacement. It is a new type of lamp, which is particularly powerful, yet consumes less energy than traditional lamps. This lamp is used for data video projectors.
An abbreviation for normal temperature and pressure.
New Technology Prototype or New Tape Product. IBM code name for a new magnetic tape system which IBM started briefing customers about in mid 1994, and which was formally announced April 1995 as the 3590 and Magstar.
National Technological Park
National Tuberculosis Control Programme
Keywords:  torr, atm, gas, industry, base
A gas industry reference base. 68°F (20°C) and 1 atm (760 torr).
Notice to Proceed (given by the Contracting Officer)
Notice to Proceed. A written notice to a contractor to proceed with the work of the contract.
Keywords:  return