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connective

An operator used in logic to combine two logical formulas. See first order logic.
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The NAS network supports traditional and packet-based services such as ATM, frame relay, and IP, NAS' hallmark broadband service -- CopperNet -- provides high-speed, "always on" local, metropolitan and wide-area connectively.
The new STi7108 has dual ST40-300 CPU host processors linked to a 256K L2 cache giving up to 2000 DMIPS performance and a total of 4000 DMIPS for flexible support of demanding AV, security and connectively applications.
The Project Thunder SDK provides programmers access to an array of cache coherent 64-bit ARMv8 CPU cores, Interrupt Controller, Network connectively, Mass storage interface, Timers, SMMU and console.
As part of the sponsorship package, Qwest is providing athletes with wireless, broadband and other technologies to help ensure connectively with coaches, family, teammates, friends and fans.
The products include hardware and software for increased connectively with iPod, iPhone and iPad; an IP-based network music player that can find and play audio files from any source on a home network and Internet streams and services; and a new DigiLinX in-wall touch panel with a built-in 2x50-watt digital audio amplifier and intercom microphone.
The two banks also make QuickBooks connectively available to customers, enabling them to download their balances directly into QuickBooks without waiting to receive monthly statements.
We give a high level of services to our customers through our well trained staff, we can be considered as a one stop shop for all solutions related to internet connectively, including BPL, CableLAN, WI-FI, WI-Max, VDSL1, VDSL2, ETTH and FTTH.