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n.1.(Anc. Armor) The leather strap by which the shield of a knight was slung across the shoulder, or across the neck and shoulder.
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Multiple SATA III (6Gbps) supporting S/W RAID 0,1 and co-laying with mini PCIe, in addition, 3 independent GigE LAN with IEEE 802.
Catalyst 3560G - 24 GigE PoE 370W, 2 x 10G SFP+ IP Base etc.
CMOS technology based GigE smart camera commands the market over CCD technology based camera in Global GigE camera market.
By implementing Pleora's GigE IP Core Package, ReFLEX CES has provided a complete turnkey GigE Vision-compliant solution for its military client.
Many military system designers who opt for GigE are basing their systems on the GigE Vision[R] standard.
The switches also feature two RJ-45/SFP GigE ports, two SFP GigE uplink ports, a Metro Ethernet license option, and fanless operation.
The iPORT Analog-Pro IP engine is compatible with GigE Vision and GenICam standards for video transfer and camera control over a GigE link, which increases interoperability between products from different manufacturers, while dramatically lowering system cost and complexity.
Offering double the bandwidth of standard GigE cameras, the Dual GigE's simple interface features two Ethernet cables that improve security and ensure that data is maintained even if one Ethernet cable is disconnected.
Its XCG series cameras also leverage GigE technology's packet resend mechanism for secure data transmission.
The SunLite GigE has transformed the landscape and is capturing the imagination of our customers through its unique combination of high performance, rich functionality and simplicity of use in the world's only palm size tester," said Bahaa Moukadam, Sunrise Telecom's vice president of Marketing.
The Kappa GigE cameras are available with extended range and various sensors; in color, monochrome or cooled versions, with megapixel resolution, frame rates of up to 30/90 Fps and "short trigger delay.
Today, most IT managers are satisfying the bandwidth demand by adding multiple GigE network interface cards (NICs) into each server.