high-count

high-count

(hī′kount′)
adj.
Having a large number of warp and filling threads per square inch. Used of a woven fabric.

high′-count′



adj.
(of a woven fabric) having a relatively high number of warp and filling threads per square inch.
[1925–30]
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'Xinjiang's long-staple cotton is used to produce high-count fabric very well,' he said while pointing to his shirt cuffs.
The DC2 data center leverages its existing interconnected campus environment and connects via high-count dark fiber to CoreSite's DC1 data center, one of the company's key interconnection hubs on the East Coast, as well as to its Reston campus in Northern Virginia thereby delivering a rich community of enterprises, networks with over 90 domestic and international carriers, cloud providers with native cloud on-ramps, and best-of-breed solution partners to further serve customers' needs.
The acquisition adds 452 owned route miles, plus additional leased route miles, to Zayo's extensive North American network, including a unique, high-count fiber route from Minneapolis to Omaha.
The transaction will add 452 owned plus additional leased route miles to Zayo's extensive North American network, including a unique, high-count fiber route from Minneapolis to Omaha.
Look for mechanics or other high-count sets that provide a range of sizes and fit in a single kit.
With this expansion, Zayo will have the leading competitive fiber footprint in Atlanta, with more than 2,300 miles of dense, high-count fiber, said Jacob Fuller, vice president of Zayo's Mobile Infrastructure business.
As the demand for high-bandwidth networks continues to proliferate on campuses of all types, many are struggling with how to implement a high-count fiber backbone that supports high-speed data requirements, and yet is reconfigurable to suit both current and future needs.
"Three-Dimensional Thermomechanical Simulation of Fine-Pitch High-Count Ball Grid Array Flip-Chip Assemblies"
The rating continues to reflect Amaravathi's strong operating efficiency and established market position in the high-count yarn segment.
Quanta Services has introduced a microtrenching process to speed installation of conduits for high-count fiber optic cable in paved rights-of-way.