storewidth

storewidth

Coined by George Gilder, it is the response time between entering a request on the Web and getting back the first page. Storewidth is the combination of bandwidth in all the various channels between the user and the Web server as well as the latency in all the routers, switches, caching systems and other nodes that can affect delivery time. See Gilder Group.
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In March, I attended one of Gilder's high-tech business conferences, this one having to do with what he calls "Storewidth." The high point of the gathering was not the technical presentations, even with their projections of amazing entrepreneurship to come; it was a political stem-winder delivered by Gilder's friend and patron Steve Forbes, the publisher and onetime presidential candidate.
Futurist George Gilder has coined the term "storewidth" to describe this convergence.