Backbone


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Backbone

The largest channel of information on a network. The backbone processes and transmits the greatest amount of data. The size of a backbone is not based on an objective standard, but rather depends on the size of the network.
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NGCP said this transmission backbone would provide reliable transmission of power in the area while creating potential for generation facilities as well.
The components following CLC+ Backbone will be implemented through a succession of open calls for tenders.
'The backbone should land in all of the provinces in the Philippines,' Villorente told reporters on the sidelines of the National ICT Summit 2019.
In 2021, the Metro Manila 500-kV backbone is expected to be completed in September.
Hundreds of organizations worldwide currently use Backbone to synchronize issue data from their Jira Server, Jira Data Center, and Jira Cloud systems to other on-premises instances.
The extent and strength of these backbone networks define the overall capacity and speed at which individual connections are made by subscribers both to within the network and to wider networks such as the Internet.
This improvement is because backbone nodes encode and decode the data packets, leading to a small transmission overhead and a quick data recovery.
Devils Backbone was founded in 2008 as the Basecamp brewpub and opened its Outpost brewery in 2012, which reached 45,000 barrels of production by 2015.
The internet's backbone of key protocols and infrastructure can be considered a global public good that provides benefits to everyone in the world.
KARACHI -- As the Sindh High Court (SHC) reserved its judgment on Musharraf plea for removing travel ban on him, doctors in Pakistan navy hospital PNS Shifa advised former military dictator to go abroad for his backbone treatment.
The goal of differential planning design is to confirm the core backbone grid, which is made up of important lines that can guarantee continuous power supply of the important load when the major natural disasters attack [3, 4].
Continuum robotic arms are typically made of a flexible backbone, which gives them infinite degrees of freedom.