concatenation


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  • noun

Synonyms for concatenation

the state of being linked together as in a chain

the linking together of a consecutive series of symbols or events or ideas etc

a series of things depending on each other as if linked together

Synonyms

the act of linking together as in a series or chain

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Galazar's framers are the world's first devices to simultaneously support mixed High Order (STS/VC paths) and Low Order (VT/VC paths) Virtual Concatenation (VCAT) with LCAS.
The ARROW-2xGE is the first commercially available device to integrate the Gigabit Ethernet PHY, SERDES and MAC function together with Generic Framing Procedure (GFP) mapping and Virtual Concatenation (VC) for standards-based Gigabit Ethernet into SONET implementations.
Contiguous concatenation, however, is difficult in multicarrier topologies because most of the installed base does not provide the clear channel transport required.
The Internet is that concatenation of linked computer networks that allows far-flung researchers, writers, and citizens instant or almost-instant access to the latest scientific research, weather data, or even just letters from friends.
principles, use, and comparison of explicit and virtual concatenation.
To wit: The largest piece here consisted of an airy grid of orange and blue threads spread through the main space at an oblique angle to the floor, anchored between a column, a wall, and a concatenation of what looked like toy ladders.
VersaNode is ideal for multi-service line cards and customer premise equipment access platforms that are designed to support ring and hub-and-spoke network topologies with distributed layer 2 packet processing over mixed High Order (STS/VC paths) and Low Order (VT/VC paths) Virtual Concatenation (VCAT) groups with Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS).
These project from the back of the old building as a large, shiny metal box with, in bright supergraphics, the name of the department: 'Lume', which has a strange concatenation of meanings from delirium to delusion, vision to fantasy.
It supports pointer processing at STS-1 granularity for STS-192 and scalable concatenation levels STS-3c to STS-192c for a seamless upgrade path to STS-768 and provides extensive performance, error and alarming functions.
The reader is left wondering how the concatenation of Shakespeare, Primaudaye and Freud illuminates any one of these writers or the demonic (demonized?
Visually, the work as a whole is a concatenation of inconsequential and mostly unpeopled incidents with a very British, or Irish, emphasis on the vagaries of the weather: a lone tree rustling in the wind, rain bouncing off a sidewalk, reflections in a rippling expanse of water, a close-up of a light pulsing on and off, a scattering of distant lights blinking across a bay at night.
SAN traffic, such as Fibre Channel, FICON, ESCON, or Gigabit Ethernet, is encapsulated using Transparent Generic Framing Procedure (GFP-T) and mapped to an OIF compliant SPI-3 interface for connection to SONET/SDH framers supporting GFP-F, Virtual Concatenation (VCAT) and Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS) such as Galazar's industry leading MSF250 and DSF250 framers.
Even in the dormitory wing with its concatenation of six and eight person bunkrooms, the access route swells and dips to encourage small meeting points and visual stimulation.
But outside of these relationships (and the predictable choices that are sometimes the result), the organizers repeatedly behaved like kids in the candy store of recent art history, throwing diverse goodies together into single bags--particularly at La Sucriere, the converted sugar factory whose concatenation of works by thirty-eight artists is the biennale's hub.