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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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While there is clearly a need to reorder outstanding commands to reduce mechanical overhead and improve input/output (I/O) latencies, to do so goes well beyond simply collecting commands in a queue.
MPI Software Technology is recording over 820 MBytes/sec of point-to-point MPI-level communication bandwidth over our MPI/Pro product with world-class latencies," said Dr.
Excellerators turbocharge performance of server clusters by eliminating mechanical latencies found in rotating disks when accessing frequently used hot-files.
The AIOBS benchmark results show a throughput that exceeds industry average and latencies that are well below the user-required latencies.
Our 128-bit memory controller delivers more bandwidth and lower latencies than alternative technologies, at a far lower cost per megabyte.
High latencies cause delays between a user's actions and the audible result, making software feel sluggish and unmusical.