from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To be connected with each other: The two buildings interconnect.
- transitive v. To connect reciprocally: tried to interconnect the two theories.
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- v. To connect to one another.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To join together; to connect with one another.
- intransitive v. To become connected with one another.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To connect or conjoin mutually and intimately.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cause to be interconnected or interwoven
- v. be interwoven or interconnected
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The term interconnect in the case of digital video refers to all the components in the path of the digital signal.
Each node was paired with a single neighbor via a rigid side-panel interconnect, which is an electrical connection linking the system bus of each machine to its twin.
The four chips on the right that are also water-cooled are for the Fujitsu interconnect, which is called "Tofu" and which implements a 6D mesh/torus that can scale up to 10 petaflops, or 19,523 nodes.
The lodge is one of a host of improvements in the town associated with the project called the interconnect, which has prompted new downtown shops, lodging and restaurants.
These Valley watchers also say the company is working on one component in particular: the "interconnect" that separates the oxygen and hydrogen in order to lower the temperature, which in turn will increase efficiency and lower operating costs.
While much of the commodity management's involvement in design has centered on ASICs, memory and microprocessors, its efforts will be expanded to other product families such as interconnect and power.
Yes, I think December 6, América Móvil who is a leading operator there have to implement a new pricing policy on their across net calls, where basically they could only charge whatever they charge on that plus the interconnect which is about $0.05 to $0.06 across net calls.
Part of this is in anticipation of next year, when Gore is expected to have completed its "interconnect," which is a chairlift that will allow skiers to go from the main mountain to within a minute of the village.
Caffry and the RCPA argued that the trail cutting would harm the environment and that the project, dubbed the Gore "interconnect," was developed specifically to benefit a planned resort project next to the Ski Bowl as well as businesses in the hamlet of North Creek.
"interconnect" arrangement of data paths allows messages to be sent between processors.