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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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Access to data by other members of the healthcare team was impacted by data latency issues.
The solution provides always-on monitoring, troubleshooting and optimisation analysis for electronic trading and market data latency management.
The lowest levels of the operating system are implemented in FPGA hardware in order to maintain the highest possible performance, the lowest possible data latency, and the lowest possible power consumption.
Oracle s solution reduced data latency from five minutes to a median of nine seconds.
The top benefits and innovations of in-memory technology, according to respondents, are improvement in query response time (70%), reduction in data latency (52%), accelerated access to detailed data (47%), and management of increasing data volume or big data (45%).
8Mb/s, helping to reduce data latency and allowing operators to support more advanced, real-time services.
The Avago SerDes cores feature a unique decision feedback equalization (DFE) architecture, resulting in a number of key performance differentiators such as low overall power, best-in-class data latency, and best-in-class jitter and crosstalk tolerance.
The MLM solution has allowed Yodel to cut deliveries confirmed on paper in half compared to previous years while reducing data latency issues by more than 50%.
If source and target systems are in different physical locations, insufficient Internet bandwidth is a major cause of data latency.