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Access Time

In telecommunications, the delay between the time a request is made on a system and the time the system grants the request. As technology advances, access time is generally reduced.
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The combination of its strong global footprint, a broad portfolio of Ethernet choices, operational simplicity that helps to drive cost reductions and an unmatched PBB technology rollout, makes the company's new Low Latency offer compelling to prospects.
Through the latency portal, clients can access services available from a variety of technology providers to obtain data related to multi-tier infrastructure performance, latency analysis and metrics, as well as multi-tier order analysis.
Under the terms of the agreement, Correlix will also resell Endace DAG cards and NinjaBoxes integrated with its Latency Intelligence software.
Corvil is the technology and market leader in Network and Application Latency Management Systems for Capital Markets.
Taxing each message with tens or hundreds of microseconds of interconnect latency would severely limit the practical ability to distribute and scale the enterprise database.
With the exception of the short period of latency, this tumor meets the modified Cahan criteria for a postirradiation sarcoma--that is, it arose within the radiation field, it was confirmed to be a sarcoma, and it was not evident prior to radiation therapy.
Any strategy that advances the Zero Latency Enterprise allows businesses that implement it to sell more product, deliver better customer service and capitalize on new business opportunities sooner than their competitors," said Roy Schulte of Gartner Group who has been working on ZLE for four years.
In the animal models for herpes, it's less clear what latency is,' he says.
The objective of this report is to provide telecommunications carriers and technology vendors the foundational knowledge and information to begin assessing their own strategies for addressing the low latency services market opportunity.
The latency level is a round-trip latency measured using a 1Gbps test cable and 1000Base-LX/64-bite packet environment.
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