interconnect : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in ter kuh nekt

  • v  be interwoven or interconnected
    The bones are interconnected via the muscle
  • v  cause to be interconnected or interwoven

  • The lower the bandwidth, the higher the latency, and the less scalable the interconnect, the more of a bottleneck the interconnect becomes.
  • This will force networks and network-like companies to interconnect with each other.
  • Interconnect Technology In multiprocessor systems, actual performance is strongly influenced by the quality of the "interconnect" that moves data among processors and memory .
News & Articles


  • Coulibaly in MarketWatch
    Our commercial challenge was to reduce our wholesale costs for national and international interconnect traffic while continuing with our sustained expansion; Intec has met this without fault,commented Aboubacar Coulibaly, Group IT Director at...
  • Stephen Harper in 570 News
    Ontario will be able to begin work on an east-west electrical transmission interconnect with Manitoba, which will allow for the flow of new, clean hydroelectric power to the Ontario market,Harper said. "This will assist the Ontario...
  • Larry Ellison in Computerworld
    The intelligence allows us to reduce the amount of data flowing across the interconnect,said Ellison, which, as he rightfully pointed out, is the source of most of the delay in modern database systems.

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