peering

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peering

An agreement between two networks to accept each other's data packets and forward them. The Internet is a combination of public and private peering. See IXP and Tier 1 network.
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FOOD IDEAS: The spice and pepper on this wine provide some fun pairing points: Try it with Kona crusted sirloin or a porcini rubbed Delmonico steak.
If McSweeny and Taymor seem to make an odd couple, it is because their coincidental pairing points up the enormous scope of the work finding its way onto contemporary American stages.