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second

(Backer), noun advocate, aide, angel, backer, champion, endorser, patron, promoter, supporter

second

(Moment), noun before you know it, brief peeiod of time, flash, flash of an eyelid, instant

second

verb approve, assist, authorize, back, back up, confirm, endorse, favor, pass, ratify, receipt, recommend, sanction, stand behind, subscribe, support, validate, vote for, warrant
Associated concepts: second lien
See also: abet, abettor, advocate, agree, aid, approve, assist, assistant, backer, bear, concur, confirm, countersign, deputy, endorse, help, indorse, justify, organize, point, proctor, promote, recommend, replacement, side, support, uphold

SECOND. A measure equal to one sixtieth part of a minute. Vide Measure.

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The PXH810 delivers 540 nanoseconds of latency and 6750 Megabytes/s of data throughput end to end for networked applications.
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NovaSparks is accelerating the development of the FPGA Market Data Matrix with proprietary compilers that lessen the need for VHDL programmers while tuning the firmware for consistent, ultra-low, nanosecond latencies.
Intilop's TCP processing hardware acceleration technology delivers nanoseconds performance which is order of magnitude superior compared to similar but much slower hardware implementations that are still in the several 100s of nanoseconds or even in the microseconds.
There has been an insatiable drive by our customers from milliseconds to microseconds and now to nanoseconds," said Donal O'Sullivan, VP Product Management, Corvil.
The entire data processing of the feed, including the Order Book, achieves deterministic processing latency of 880 nanoseconds (ns) on average.
The materials achieved switching speeds between 10 and 30 nanoseconds, which are in the ballpark for a useful memory chip, Kanwal says.
Random access speeds are very high, with the fastest random cycle time measured at 30 nanoseconds.
NYSE:A) today introduced a parametric test solution for laboratory and R&D environments that provides ultra-short pulsed IV measurements as narrow as 10 nanoseconds.
After a few nanoseconds, this chain exits the tube and is replaced by another chain, and so on.
During the tests, Ixia's Optixia X16 was used to verify that the S2410 demonstrated 100 percent line-rate throughput across 24 Ten Gigabit Ethernet ports at all packet sizes with switching latency of 300 nanoseconds, the lowest recorded to date by The Tolly Group.
Deployed and tested during periods of historically high message volumes, the service provides a deterministic data feed processing time of 600 nanoseconds.