Universal Integrated Chip Card.
User Identity Module. (also R-UIM for "removable" UIM) An identity module for standards other than GSM (notably for CDMA). See also SIM.
Unified Modeling Language. A language used for modeling object-oriented systems. UML is particularly well suited for projects in C++ and Java.
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. A third-generation (3G) system to offer broadband communication over mobile communications networks.
A method for encoding characters from many alphabets in 2 bytes or 16 bits. For example, 03BE16 is the lowercase Greek letter epsilon (É√). See also ASCII.
Became the de-facto standard operating system for mini computers. The objective was portability of applications. Several variants exist.
Uniform Resource Identifier
Uniform Resource Locator. Website address
Universal Serial Bus. "Plug and play " communication protocol offering flow rates of 1.2 and 12 Mbit/s developed by Intel, and now used in some smart cards instead of the communication protocol defined by ISO 7816-3, for access control applications in the PC world.
Universal Subscriber Identity Module.
Universal Subscriber Identity Module. Upgrade of the Sim card performing functions related to third generation telephone systems (3G) : user and network authentication, transaction security , use of an Internet mini-navigator, highly-sophisticated phone directory, etc.
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data.
Unit Trust of India (mutual fund)
Printing with ink visible only under ultraviolet light.
Ultra-Wideband (Time Domain Corporation; wireless technology)