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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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In November 2013, McKay announced an Aurora-NJ bi-directional private bandwidth service in slices of one megabit delivered at latencies believed to be lower than any commercial competitor.
Our new XLR8 performance memory modules feature both higher-than-standard frequencies as well as extra low latencies.
999% available service at the lowest latencies achievable by fiber optic networks between these two financial centers.
CodeStreet's new capacity planning and latency monitoring environment allows market data administrators to simulate market conditions at specific loads, benchmark observed latencies at these loads and monitor latencies all the way through to the desktop.
Latency is a critical issue, particularly for enterprise storage applications in which acceptable limits for network latencies are similar to device latencies in hard drives--approximately five milliseconds.
The switch will be shown in an Opteron-based cluster using PathScale's InfiniPath-HTX cards, which provide latencies as low as 1.
Up to 5x reduction in latency -- Improves application-to-application inter-server communication with sub-10 micro-second latencies between application instances on different servers.