The range of a wireless (Wi-Fi) network. See Wi-Fi hotspot
A part of a larger graphic on a Web page that serves as a link to a website, another page or file. When the area that comprises the hotspot is clicked or tapped, the link is executed or an explanation is displayed. Where the hotspot on the image begins and ends determines how easy it is to select. See hypergraphic
The screen cursor also has a hotspot, which are the actual pixels that make contact with an object on screen when the mouse is clicked. For example, the tip of an arrow cursor or the crosspoint of an X-shaped cursor might be the hotspot. See hypergraphic
and image map
A network node that is processing at its maximum or is backlogged due to an excessive number of transactions.
The instructions in a program that are executed more than all the other instructions. To improve execution performance, the hotspots are the routines that should be refined.
(HotSpot) A Java compiler from Sun that optimizes the parts of the program that are executed most frequently (the hotspots).
(hot spot) An area with excessive heat in the datacenter. Hot spots are typically found near server racks that are not cooled properly. Contrast with "cold spot," which is an area that is too cool, often due to being located close to air conditioning vents.