digital cross-connect system
- A digital switching system in which circuit paths are connected and re-routed utilizing software, eliminating the need for manual changes in the interconnections. Such a system is used in local, long-distance, and broadband communications, and may accommodate T1, T3, or SONET circuits, among others. Its abbreviation is DCS, or DCC. Also called digital access cross-connect system.
- noun a magnetic tape in a compact cassette box that is used to store computer data or audio signals in a digital format.
- noun a format developed by Quark Inc that is an extension to the standard EPS format.