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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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has acquired interests in the two wind projects that comprise the 324 megawatt (MW) Broadview Wind power facilities (Broadview) and associated independent 35-mile 345 kV Western Interconnect transmission line (Western Interconnect) from Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern Development 1.0) for $269 million, consisting of cash consideration of $215 million and an assumed project loan of $54 million.
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Inphi provides high-speed data movement interconnects throughout the globe, between data centers, and inside data centers.
Das and Rahaman present students, academics, researchers, and VLSI designers with an exploration of two carbon nanomaterials, carbon nanotube (CNT) and graphene nanoribbon (GNR), comparing them with copper-based interconnect technology.
* Size--fiber interconnects and cable assemblies can typically be smaller in size dimensionally to a comparable copper-based product that has equal or less information throughput.
Cray has put together its own servers and supercomputers for years, and has also developed its own interconnects, chips and accelerators, said Jim McGregor, president of Tirias Research.
"The Dome Spring Contact Series devices are a robust interconnect that has never experienced an in-field failure.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, US, report detailed analysis of resistivity in graphene nanoribbon interconnects as narrow as 18 nanometers.
They describe recent work in on-chip interconnects, memory subsystem interconnects, routing and performance evaluation, and network processing.
A truly intelligent environment provides more than just simple pathway sketches for routed interconnects. It provides an environment that is intelligent enough to conceptualize the design and make a hypothesis early in the process as to how nets need to be connected.
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 5, 2006 - (JCN) - Asahi Glass announced a new CMP (Chemical Mechanical Polishing) slurry for copper interconnects on December 5.

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