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latency

noun behind the scenes, below the surface, camouflaged, concealed, covered, hidden from view, not manifested, screened, submerged, unapparent, under the surface, underlying, undetected, undeveloped, unexposed, unnoticed, unrevealed, unseen, veiled
Associated concepts: toll the statute of limitations
See also: cessation, inaction
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With two network file-sharing protocols that are widely used in file-sharing systems, CIFS and SMB(2), the effects of network latency can impose significant wait times for accessing files, creating a demand for improving speed.
This application latency management is unified with Corvil's award-winning network latency management.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Endace (LSE: EDA), world leaders in high-speed packet capture and analysis platforms, today introduced the Endace Latency Monitoring Service, which offers its customers highly accurate point-to-point network latency measurements as a market data feed.
Our solutions not only provide a superior mobile user experience minimising network latency, but also open up possibilities for a variety of new business opportunities between the mobile operators and the content providers.
Through experience implementing its application delivery solutions at more than 100 enterprises worldwide, FineGround has learned that network latency -- not network congestion -- has the greatest impact on wide-area network (WAN) performance.
The device features performance of 60,000 stateful inspection connections per second and up to 60,000 deep-packet inspections per second, with switch-like network latency and high throughput.
In the context of high-frequency trading, network latency is the delay from the time a transaction is issued to the network, to the time it is received and executed at the exchange.
As per Robert Bicket, CEO of AlgoSpan, With a focus on distance-related network latency, AlgoNet applies our shortest path philosophy to target delays between trading venues and the customer s trading systems.
the leader in web application delivery, today announced it will host a Webinar to help IT professionals understand how network latency may be negatively impacting their business automation efforts.
The MD1231A can test four Gigabit Ethernet or 16 Fast Ethernet ports, with throughput up to 4 Gbps, and features a built-in GPS receiver that provides end-to-end network latency measurements for analyzing and troubleshooting IP voice and video networks, as well as network devices.
For this reason, synchronous mode is the most sensitive to network latency and bandwidth.
BEATING NETWORK LATENCY IS CRUCIAL FOR HIGH FREQUENCY TRADERS

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