- n. computing The state of a network in which the number of nodes is far in excess of the number of users.
- n. pathology The state of the brain, in schizophrenia or epileptic seizure, in which an excessive number of connections are made between neurons.
- n. Increased connectedness of human beings through social media, etc.
- hyper- + connectivity (Wiktionary)
“And while video in all its forms - IPTV, Internet video, mobile video, video-on-demand - will be a major bandwidth component, Cisco is also now talking about "hyperconnectivity" - connections of devices and people in many different ways.”
“This project will offer valuable insights into other mobile applications, particularly those involving the concept of 'hyperconnectivity' or the idea that everything can be connected to produce a multifaceted quality user experience.”
“0814: In a #davos session on "hyperconnectivity" ... can we turn the firehose of data into information?”
“The constant state of hyperconnectivity that comes in the wake of ultraband means that we will have to build applications that make consumption of content a superior experience.”
“And in a world of hyperconnectivity driven by technology that knows no bounds, what is happening to true friendship?”
“The teens of today have never known a world without hyperconnectivity.”
“Dunbar has been studying the ways that, despite our hyperconnectivity, relationship quality with people invariably declines in proportion to the distance you are apart.”
“Between this mobile command unit and their website, the Stalls were never out of touch, and their hyperconnectivity paid off.”
“But the next big thing in the world is going to be end merging of the web and the world – real world meta tagging, augmented reality, hyperconnectivity.”
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