Definition of Interconnect. Meaning of Interconnect. Synonyms of Interconnect

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Definition of Interconnect

Interconnect
Interconnect In`ter*con*nect", v. t. To join together.

Meaning of Interconnect from wikipedia

- facto international standard. Outside of the U.S., Interconnection or "Interconnect regimes" also take into account the ****ociated commercial arrangements...
- A torus interconnect is a switch-less network topology for connecting processing nodes in a parallel computer system. In geometry, a torus is created by...
- In semiconductor technology, copper interconnects are interconnects made of copper. They are used in silicon integrated circuits (ICs) to reduce propagation...
- The interconnect bottleneck comprises limits on integrated circuit (IC) performance due to connections between components instead of their internal speed...
- S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) is a type of digital audio interconnect used in consumer audio equipment to output audio over relatively short...
- optical interconnects refers to any system of transmitting signals from one part of an integrated circuit to another using light. Optical interconnects have...
- In integrated circuits (ICs), interconnects are structures that connect two or more circuit elements (such as transistors) together electrically. The...
- An interconnect is a link between telecommunications networks. Interconnect may also refer to : Interconnect (integrated circuits) Grid connection, a...
- M**** interconnect systems act as the connector interface between test instruments (PXI, VXI, LXI, GPIB, SCXI, & PCI) and devices/units under test (D/UUT)...
- The Open Systems Interconnection model (OSI model) is a conceptual model that characterises and standardises the communication functions of a telecommunication...