delay-tolerant network

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delay-tolerant network

A communications network designed to withstand long delays or outages. It is capable of storing packets in intermediate nodes until such time as an end-to-end route can be established. See also disruption-tolerant network.
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DTN delivers accurate, objective, real-time, and actionable insights to increase customers' confidence and support business decisions.
Farm management company Decisive Farming revealed on Tuesday the launch of its partnership with DTN, an actionable weather and agricultural insights company.
La responsabilite incombe a la FRMT et sa DTN. Car deja a l'aube de l'annee 2018, des voix soulevaient le remplacement de Nasser Larguet dans l'espoir d'arreter l'hemorragie du foot national des jeunes.
The director-general on Monday spoke during a seminar on Preparing Thailand for the impacts of the Trade War, organised by the DTN and the Thai National Shippers' Council TNSC.
DTN said adding WDT to DTN brings together expert meteorological teams and industry-leading technology platforms that will deliver actionable insights to support weather-based decisions.
"Bringing together DTN's weather division with WDT's operations will allow us to provide even more impactful weather information, insights and solutions to customers who depend on our services every day to mitigate risk, improve safety and sustainability, and optimize operational and financial performance," said DTN Chief Science Officer Ron Sznaider.
DTN co-chief executive officer, Jerre Stead, said, 'The acquisition of EMI is aligned with DTN's strategy to expand our footprint in the Energy and Financial Services sectors, and provides our customers with the knowledge and information needed to improve critical business decisions.
In spite of the recent advances in the area, the analysis of the fault-tolerance of existing DTN solutions remains an open research topic.
The DTN will be providing an automatic and reliable store and forward data network for the International Space Station.