phoenixNAP IT Glossary


What Is Digital Landscape?
What Is a Dial-up Connection?
What Is a Directory?
What Is Data Redundancy?
What Is a Daemon?
What Is Data Center Extension?
What Is a Digital Signature?
What Is a Database Administrator?
What Is Declarative Programming?
What Is DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory)?
What Is a Data Scientist?
What Is a Dynamic IP Address?
What Is Data Resiliency?
What Is DMARC?
What Is DNS SOA (Start of Authority)?
What Is Data Wrangling?
What Is Data Aggregation?
What Is Digital Workspace?
What Is a DNS Resolver?
What Is a Deskless Worker?
What Are Data Center Solutions?
What Is Distributed Workforce?
What Is a Data Center Firewall?
What Is Downtime?
What Is Digital Workplace?
What Is a Drive-by Download?
What Is Desktop as a Service DaaS?
What Is a Decryption Key?
What Is Digital Rights Management (DRM)?
What Is DNS Propagation?
What Is the Dark Web?
What Is Data Analytics?
What Is Declarative Code?
What Is Data Center Transformation?
What Is a DNS Provider?
What Is Data Transmission?
What Is Discretionary Access Control?
What Is DevOps-as-a-Service?
What Is a Development Environment?
What Is Data Center Storage?
What Is Direct Attached Storage (DAS)?
What Is DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)?
What Is Defragmentation?
What Is a Dialog Box?
What Is DIMM (Dual In-Line Memory Module)?
What Are Digital Assets?
What Is a Domain?
What Are DNS Settings?
What Is a Data Center?
What Is Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)?
What is Data Management?
What Is Data Center Networking?
What is Data Literacy?
What is Data Deduplication?
What Is Data Monetization?
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What Is IRQ (Interrupt Request)?

An IRQ (interrupt request) is a signal sent by a hardware component to the CPU that interrupts the execution of a program and runs the interrupt handler code associated with the request. For example, when a user presses a key on the keyboard, the keyboard controller sends an IRQ to the processor, prompting it to read the user input.

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