interconnection : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in ter kuh nek shuhn

  • n  a state of being connected reciprocally
    an interconnection between the two buildings
  • n  (computer science) the act of interconnecting (wires or computers or theories etc.)

  • Now, broadband interconnection is supporting decentralized processes that reinvigorate democracy.
  • We're in the midst of a global interconnection that is happening much faster than electrification did a century ago and is expected to have consequences at least as profound.
  • Legally, Justice has a strong case for its claim that Bell over the years has unfairly obstructed the interconnection with the ATT system of non-Western Electric terminal .
News & Articles


  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in PRESS TV
    By continuing to support American Treasury instruments the Chinese are recognizing our interconnection. We are truly going to rise or fall together,said Clinton, wrapping up her first overseas visit as secretary of state which also took her...
  • Thomas Edison in Business Wire (press release)
    The reality is that solar is complex,said Thomas (Tom) Rainwater, CEO of SunEdison. "There are key concepts like 'interconnection standards,' 'net-metering' and others that national, state and local officials need to understand in order to...

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