transmission control protocol/Internet protocol

What is transmission control protocol/Internet protocol?

transmission control protocol/Internet protocol meaning A set of communications protocols developed for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to internetwork dissimilar systems. It is used by many corporations, almost all American universities, and agencies of the federal government. The File Transfer Protocol and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol provide file transfer and electronic mail capability. The TELENET protocol provides a terminal emulation capability that allows a user to interact with any other type of computer in the network. The TCP protocol controls the transfer of the data, and the IP protocol provides the routing mechanism.


reference: U.S . Food & Drug – Glossary of Computer System Software Development Terminology (8/95)