ring bus

ring bus

[′riŋ ‚bəs]
(electricity)
A substation switching arrangement that may consist of four, six, or more breakers connected in a closed loop, with the same number of connection points.
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On the other hand, power consumption tests have shown that while AMD uses less power per core than Intel does, the Infinity Fabric appears to burn more power than Intel's ring bus topology.
In addition, AMA Group along with its partner Alucor (Dubai) are fabricating 424 ring bus bars (each weighing 47 metric tonnes) the first of which will be delivered to the Alba site by October 15, 2017.
In order to provide the high availability (Tier IV design) that eBay wanted, and minimize the requirements of redundant switchgear and generator plant, a ring bus with six breaker transfer switchgear was specified at Topaz.
E-J managed the installation of electric equipment including four 15kV primary distribution 2500KVA transformers feeding a 5000A network ring bus. The E-J team also added a power system with six main distribution switchboards, two 2000A bus duct risers for research lab floors and a vivarium floor.
Intel has implemented a ring bus architechture which helps communicate between the processor cores, processor graphics, system agent and last level cache.
The danger detection systems are connected via a fibre-optic ring bus and information from these systems is transmitted to the airport's information and control system, Elis.
An alternative uses a high bandwidth ring bus that goes around to all the instruments.
John Dodds, director of building firm Hammerson which is part of the Birmingham Alliance, said: 'We have already heard some tales of how people remember waiting in the old Bull Ring bus station at midnight on Sundays during the war to catch the bus down to Portsmouth for duty in the Army before coming home again to their loved ones via the bus on a Friday night.
The extra buses are being thrown on to the street because of the closure of the Bull Ring bus station in nearby Station Street.
The purpose of this contract is to provide technical, financial and legal assistance for the execution of competitive bidding procedures for main ring bus lines in the ile-de-france region.
At the Linley Processor Conference, Qualcomm senior director Barry Wolford disclosed new details on the cache--512K shared L2 cache for each of the 24 Falkor duplexes, for a total of 12MB, and a dozen 5MB pools of last-level cache for a total of 60MB L3--and proprietary, coherent ring bus. Wolford said the Centriq 2400 will deliver competitive single-threaded performance while still meeting the high core counts required for virtualized environments in cloud data centers.