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Synonyms for fibre

Synonyms for fibre

any of several elongated, threadlike cells (especially a muscle fiber or a nerve fiber)

the inherent complex of attributes that determines a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions

a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth

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Shalwan, "Mechanical properties of palm fibre reinforced recycled HDPE," Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, vol.
Thomas, 1998.Composite of short coir fibres and natural rubber: effect of chemical modification, loading and orientation of fibre.
A sample of hemp fibre approximately 20 mm long was cut and hung on the balance hook of the machine by using a tape such that the fibre was perpendicular to the surface of the liquid.
Another consideration for larger libraries is that with Fibre Channel following a point-to-point connection topology, each tape drive requires a dedicated connection to the SAN.
The Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) is an international organization of manufacturers, systems integrators, developers, system vendors, industry professionals, and end users.
Fibre Trim, Fiber Full, Fiber Diet, or Eat 'n Lose couldn't say "44 (or 50 or 75) percent fiber." Fiber Guard couldn't say 1,590 to 2,120 milligrams of fiber.
The first 1 Gb/s Fibre Channel SANs were typically simple loop configurations to share data.
In both cases, you might be better off than eating two slices of Five Star Fibre breads (1 to 2 grams of soluble fiber plus 3 to 5 grams of insoluble fiber).
When you add to this burgeoning new market the campaign of fear, uncertainty and doubt projected onto iSCSI by the large Fibre Channel vendors, you begin to understand the confusion around iSCSI that appeared this past year.
The Five Star Fibre ads also tout the breads' soluble fiber content--1 to 2 grams in two slices.
To answer this, it must first be clarified that when the FCIA ratified 8Gb/s Fibre Channel (aka "8GFC") for copper storage device interconnects they were talking about accepting 8Gb/s inside the disk enclosure and between storage arrays (disk or tape).
Users have had Fibre Channel storage area networks (SANs) and network-attached storage (NAS) available to them for years--in theory, offering most or all of the benefits outlined above.
With demands for networked storage growing, the choice for OEMs isn't whether to incorporate Fibre Channel storage connectivity in servers, but in what form to provide that support.
The hype regarding iSCSI in the storage industry has at times reached fever pitch, with articles in trade publications calling for the "Death of Fibre Channel" as we know it.