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interconnect

(1) To attach one device to another.

(2) A physical port (plug, socket) or wireless port (transmitter, receiver) used to attach one device to another.
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Equinix, the global interconnection and data center company, today announced that it will open five new International Business Exchange (IBX) data centers on four continents to create more capacity for global companies to connect to their partners, customers and employees.
6 million, respectively, to expand an electric interconnection between Colombia and Ecuador The interconnection of the countries' power grids has provided limited support for demand on both sides of the border since 1998.
The document then presents a life-cycle approach for system interconnections, with an emphasis on security.
3) In addition, section 6002 of the Budget Act granted the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or the "Commission") authority to regulate interconnection between commercial mobile radio service (CMRS)(4) providers and other common carriers.
From a theoretical point of view, then, natural selection can only generate high levels of fitness under a relatively narrow range of circumstances - not too much or too little mutation, too many or too few interconnections.

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