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Latency is a key concern for any system involving transmission over long distances. Latency is scientifically the time taken for a signal to propagate between two points.

In real terms, this meanbs that it is the measurement of time taken for a packet from the server to reach you, and then to return to the server. The time taken, is the measurement of latency. If latency is too high, it is referred to as Lag.

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Verizon is gearing up to launch its next wireless network technology, called Long Term Evolution (LTE), by the end of this year. While Verizon will, of course, still sell phones for this fourth generation (4G) network, it is also pushing to...

A new model of background noise present in the nervous system could help better understand neuronal signalling delay in response to a stimulus.

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Intel corportartion's researchers have announced a new chip design, which has no electronic components, instead switching photonic light beams, as if they were electron streams.

This fundamental breakthrough means that we are ...