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latent

1. (of buds, spores, etc.) dormant
2. Pathol (esp of an infectious disease) not yet revealed or manifest
3. (of a virus) inactive in the host cell, its nucleic acid being integrated into, and replicated with, the host cell's DNA
4. Psychoanal relating to that part of a dream expressive of repressed desires
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The result is higher performance with less mechanical movement to reduce rotational disc latencies.
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Our new XLR8 performance memory modules feature both higher-than-standard frequencies as well as extra low latencies.
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Up to 5x reduction in latency -- Improves application-to-application inter-server communication with sub-10 micro-second latencies between application instances on different servers.