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interconnection

[¦in·tər·kə′nek·shən]
(electricity)
A link between power systems enabling them to draw on one another's reserves in time of need and to take advantage of energy cost differentials resulting from such factors as load diversity, seasonal conditions, time-zone differences, and shared investment in larger generating units.

interconnection

Any physical connection or arrangement of pipes between two otherwise separate building water-supply systems whereby water may flow from one system to the other, the direction of flow depending upon the pressure differential between the two systems; also called a cross-connection.
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If a viable route for the project is identified upon completion of the hydrographic survey, and the 230-kV backbone component is completed, NGCP will proceed to Stage 2 of the project, which is the actual implementation of the Palawan-Mindoro interconnection through submarine cable.
As the global report shows, interconnection is key to ensure full digital transformation and for this, businesses will need to grow their interconnection bandwidth capacity (data exchange capacity).
China, he said, has always actively supported Asia-Europe interconnection, which is also an important goal of the "Belt and Road Initiative" initiative.
" The implementation of the project will enable surrounding CEE countries to benefit from the direct access to different gas supply sources from the North, such as fully operational LNG terminals at the Baltic Sea (winoujcie LNG, Klaipeda LNG via Gas Interconnection Poland-Lithuania (GIPL) and Norway (through the planned Baltic Pipe) as well as from the South, through the Slovakia-Hungary Interconnection and the planned Eastring pipeline.
However, with the Inteliquent Local Connect service, they can use an IP-based infrastructure to obtain number resources, route local and long distance calls, utilize existing interconnection agreements and never need to deploy additional transport or trunking to the LEC again.
According to the Index, interconnection bandwidth is
The Open-IX Association is a 501(c)(6) non-profit industry association formed to promote better standards for data center interconnection and Internet exchanges.
According to the survey, 45 per cent of interconnected UAE companies have realised that interconnection will have a significant impact on the bottom line with more than $10 million in revenue opportunities and cost savings.
The Serbian section of the Bulgaria-Serbia gas grid interconnection is to link Nis to Dimitrovgrad.
According to reports, the Federal Board of Revenue is currently in process of evaluating cellular firms' application to seek sales tax exemption on interconnection charges under the section 65 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990.
The EIB's support will evaluate a possible Northern submarine interconnection from Dominica to Guadeloupe and a second link to Martinique in the South.

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