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  • n. Plural form of latency.


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  • The resulting set of minimum round-trip communications latencies is then correlated with the network latency topology map to determine the location of the network address to be geolocated.

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  • Memories are only called latencies (bagchag), but they are only the type of latency that are tendencies, since they give rise to results only intermittently.

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  • Delays in these routers, also known as latencies, can add 100s of microseconds, potentially leading to millions of dollars in lost opportunities.

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  • Glenn you might want to note that the latencies getting from and to geo orbits will also gargle balls.

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  • I am able to select the best parts and values and pore over every detail from the latencies on the RAM to the cooling pipes on the motherboard and heatsink.

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  • Unfortunately, global network latencies are greater than the threshold of human delay perception and reaction times (about 150 ms), so data center consolidation can aggravate response time issues as sites close to end-users are shuttered and interactive applications and functions — SaaS, AJAX, keystroke and mouse move processing via remote virtual desktops, interactive gaming — are moved to more remote sites.

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  • "This scoundrel who claims to speak for his private edification, so as to order his own thoughts and perhaps hash up some dark latencies, that amount anyway to nothing more then the inconsequential products of an alien and base mind, stuff and nonsense that do not concern us, wants nothing more in reality then to acquire a readership ... to enjoy the applause of the masses ... to gather followers!"


  • Among the changes Mr. Tellez cited as designed to lure more U.S. investors are collocation services the company said lets traders achieve latencies of under one millisecond.

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  • The agents are presumably chosen mainly because they can theoretically be mass-delivered in a way that would make a lot of people sick quickly i.e. they also have short latencies to sympotomology.

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  • Such latencies compel us to read the evidence of Romanticism always symptomatically rather than definitively.



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