On the last day of February in the succeeding year (1834) the Beagle anchored in a beautiful little cove at the eastern entrance of the Beagle Channel
The need to share data on a casual scale is well done with Ethernet and LANs, but it wasn't enough: hence the development of storage networking through Fibre Channel
storage area networks (SANs).
Melting capacity in a barrier section is determined primarily by the melting area of the solids-bed channel
that is in contact with the surface of the barrel.
These snapshots provided immediate insight into questions such as how the channel
can shuttle up to 100 million potassium ions across a cell membrane in a single second while keeping out similarly charged sodium ions, whose smaller size would seem to make passage even easier.
More recently, calcium channel
mutations have been implicated in several inherited neurologic disorders, including migraine headaches, various movement disorders, and some types of malignant hyperthermia.
The Southern Baptist Convention has passed a resolution opposing Channel
Moving to a multichannel world requires an appreciation of the unique characteristics of each channel
What else could you call Ted Turner's comparing the two competitors of CNN - Fox News Channel
and MSNBC - to the Nazis and Japanese in World War II ("you die in one concentration camp as fast as another"); calling Murdoch a "scumbag" and a "pretty slimy character"; repeatedly comparing Murdoch to Hitler; and accusing Murdoch of having "bought the government of New York [city]"?
While the channel
furnace was invented in 1890, it wasn't until 1917 that James Wyatt developed a workable single loop inductor.
Every communication channel
has unique nuances that can hinder or improve the effectiveness of the manager.
The high cost and additional complexity of Fibre Channel
(FC) SANs have limited deployments to high-end servers in top-tier corporate data centers and large departments.