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Fiber

A slang term for the euro-U.S. dollar exchange rate.
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Verpoest, "Natural fibres: can they replace glass in fibre reinforced plastics?" Composites Science and Technology, vol.
[11] Gu, H., 2009.Tensile behaviours of the coir fibre and related composites after NaOH treatment.
Hemp fibre mats of size 250 mm x 200 mm were heat treated in oven for 30 minutes.
The fact that the majority of tape libraries still come equipped only with a SCSI-based robot for moving media presents a challenge for native Fibre Channel tape users.
The SANmark Qualified Program is sponsored, operated, and promoted as an open industry, conformance test suite development program, within the non-profit Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA).
Solar Nutritional's Fiber Full and Ayerst's Fiber Guard have twice as much fiber, and Your Life's Fiber Filler has four times more than Fibre Trim (see chart).
Fibre Channel is a carefully considered specification with both protocol and addressing flexibility, with Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) being the first 8-bit increment in Fibre Channel addressing.
Five Star Fibre breads are a "better source of fiber" than high-fiber bran cereals, says Pepperidge Farm, because the bread contains two kinds of fiber --soluble and insoluble--while high-fiber bran cereals contain only insoluble fiber.
This points to the fact that established storage vendors don't want to talk about the huge dissatisfaction with monolithic, expensive, difficult-to-manage Fibre Channel SAN systems.
And like Pepperidge Farm's other concoctions, Five Star Fibre breads are also Four-or-Five-Gram-Fat breads.
"If 4 Gb/s and 10 Gb/s Fibre Channel will be available this year, why bother with 8Gb/s?"
The first commercial products are made by Technical Fibre Products Ltd.