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zero latency

(1) Having no delay between the time a request is initiated and the response is given. See latency.

(2) (Zero Latency) Coined by the GartnerGroup, it is the immediate exchange of information across geographical, technical and organizational boundaries so that all departments, customers and related parties can work together in real time.
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Moreover, the Group also introduced several international VR games such as "Zero Latency", "Mortal Blitz", "Terminator" and "Tower Tag" and has become leading company in the VR eSports industry in China.
Zero Latency -- a company that develops warehouse scale, free-roam, multiplayer VR gaming -- is available now at its new arena in the Salma Center, Riyadh.
Doran Davies, CEO of Zero Latency in the Middle East, said: "Residents of Riyadh are always on the lookout for fun activities, the latest trends in gaming technology and new entertainment experiences to enjoy.
"It's a thick network, it's data rich, and it has zero latency, which is basically the lag you experience when online.
With the NDI Embedded SDK, manufacturers of hardware devices are now able to natively implement NDI into their products to work alongside the thousands of video products that automatically detect each other and share video, audio, metadata, and more, bi-directionally across a standard Ethernet network with near zero latency. The NDI Embedded SDK extends the IP video revolution to content creators in multiple industries including broadcasting, A/V, enterprise, media, gaming, and more.
When uncompressed, zero latency video is delivered at 4K/60 (4:2:0).
Amimon, the creators of wireless HD Joint-Source-Channel-Coding (JSCC) technology, collaborates with OptiTrack, the world's largest provider of motion capture solutions and technology, to create a truly wireless, backpack-free virtual reality experience with zero latency.
It has a removable desk stand and zero latency monitoring to remove audio lag, and is once again priced at USD 99.99.
Fortunately, advances in natural language processing--many of which involve machine learning and artificial intelligence--have made it possible to automate the analysis of this data to a large extent and thus derive zero latency and accurate and actionable insights.
and ultra-fat speeds, with almost zero latency, which aims to meet the demands
Often used for streaming media, this kind of routing enables hosts to keep the data on their backbone with zero packet loss and zero latency until they get as close as possible to the end user, thus supporting hundreds of thousands of concurrent users.