parallel communications


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parallel communications

[′par·ə‚lel kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz]
(communications)
The simultaneous transmission of data over two or more communications channels.
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There have been parallel communications on this with the US State Department's most powerful unit, the Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR), which will be represented in the Ashgabat summit.
Yet what's been missing from the financial services industry since the meltdown is a parallel communications track, not unlike BP's--and thereby hangs the tale for corporate GCs.
International Resource News-March 29, 2012--SEFE Inc selects Parallel Communications Group(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
SEFE Inc (OTCBB: SEFE), a technology- and solutions-driven company, has chosen New York-based Parallel Communications Group to provide investor and public relations services.
The unit includes a simple parallel communications interface for external control and data logging with a PC, and is available with an optional USB interface module for use with USB-equipped computers.
In fact, IM extends the functionality and can be synchronous, asynchronous group, and parallel communications. IM allows the user to conduct multiple IM sessions at one time and perform other tasks simultaneously (e.g., attend a meeting, talk on the telephone, compose an e-mail message, or browse a Web site).
TFT touchscreen display, the Cl00 provides 100 MHz Ethernet as well as RS-232, RS-422, and parallel communications ports.
GPIB is a digital, 8-bit parallel communications interface with data transfers rates of up to 8 MB/sec.
Because of the critical nature of the timing between the signals on each conductor and its high speed parallel communications are usually very short; typically 5 to 20 feet.
Basis, which is expected to reveal more details about its product plans once the deal closes, probably before the end of the year, will take with it serial and parallel digital chips, parallel communications devices; and asynchronous transfer mode chips as used by networking equipment providers such as Cisco Systems Inc and Nortel Networks.
* Offer access to an interactive database: "Too many Web sites are just electronic brochures or game pages," says Cory Klatt, chief technology officer at Parallel Communications. A better way to attract customers is to offer direct access to your own corporate databases--so users can track the status of an order, for instance, or browse a large on-line catalog of products and services.
By combining scalable parallel communications with scalable parallel computing, the ATM OC-12c Protocol Engine dramatically enhances supercomputer performance and extends computational capacity.