datacoms

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Shortening.

Noun[edit]

datacoms (uncountable)

  1. data communications
    • 1988, The Middle East (issues 159-170)
      Using the MD110 for datacoms, as well as for conventional voice calls, brings new flexibility to information exchange. Anyone with a PC, or terminal, and a telephone is fully equipped.
    • 2001, Michael Armstrong, Duncan Brown, New dimensions in pay management (page 155)
      A key feature of this unified networks strategy was strengthening the company's datacoms capability, hence the acquisition.