Power over Ethernet. A technology that enables an Ethernet cable to carry power (electricity) in addition to data. Its purpose is to reduce the need for wires and improve network uptime (free from power outage). PoE consists of three components, i.e. the power sourcing device, the device to be powered, and the Ethernet cable. PoE is defined in IEEE 802.3af. The development of PoE was first inspired by the increasing use of VoIP. Users want VoIP service to be uninterrupted by power outage, like POTS. Nowadays, PoE products experience an increase in use, especially for powering VoIP phone, wireless access point, and network camera. Also see inline power, Ethernet, POTS, VoIP.
PoE is the ability to provide power to a PoE-enabled device via an 8-pin CAT 5 Ethernet cable, eliminating the need for a nearby power source.
This abbreviation refers to a method of supplying power to an IP camera using Category 5 Ethernet cables over a physically wired LAN network.
A category of applications or functions that capture orders from physicians for entry into a healthcare information system.
Physician Order Entry
Port of Embarkation
Port of Entry. Idaho has six permanent Ports of Entry that ensure compliance of commercial carriers to Idaho laws and restrictions and provide information about Idaho . The Ports of Entry are: East Boise , Cotterel (Rupert), Hollister ( Twin Falls ), Huetter (Coeur d'Alene), Inkom and Lewiston . A â€œrovingâ€ Port of Entry also serves commercial carriers at various locations throughout the state.
Post-occupancy evaluation. A survey taken after project completion to assess end users' level of satisfaction with the various aspects of the new working environment, as well as to obtain their feedback on the relocation process.
Formerly Parallel Operating Environment, now Parallel Environment for AIX.
Parallel Operating Environment. An execution environment that smooths the differences between serial and parallel execution. It lets you submit and manage parallel jobs. It is abbreviated and commonly known as POE.
See Parallel Operating Environment.