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GB

abbreviation for gallbladder.
A nerve agent, chemically related to certain insecticides—e.g., malathion—which was developed as a chemical weapon by the Germans in 1936
Mechanism Sarin is an anticholinesterase that affects nerves, muscles, and glands
Route Aerosol, skin contact; one drop may be fatal
Management Atropine, PAM

GB

Gigabyte Informatics 1,000 megabytes/Mb of data

GB

Abbreviation for sarin.

GB,

n gall bladder channel; an acupuncture channel running from the head to the feet on the sides of the body and associated with the liver (LR) channel. See also LR.
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Today, many of the world's largest Gigabit Ethernet and 10 Gigabit Ethernet networks depend on Force10 Networks.
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With the growing adoption of servers that generate traffic flow speeds of greater than one Gigabit per second and the emergence of 10 Gigabit Ethernet servers, network managers increasingly need higher speed connectivity to ensure zero packet loss.
According to Dell'Oro Group, Force10 was also the second largest modular 10 Gigabit Ethernet vendor in the industry for the fourth quarter of 2005, marking the second consecutive quarter Force10 held the position.
As system level density continues to increase, the effectiveness of 10 Gigabit Ethernet for upstream connectivity decreases, creating the potential for network bottlenecks," said Goergen, one of the drafters of the 10 Gigabit Ethernet standard and a key driver of the 100 Gigabit LAN/WAN movement in the IEEE and the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF).
Force10 Networks increased its 10 Gigabit Ethernet port shipments by 280 percent in the third quarter of 2005 over the same period a year ago, growing at a rate nearly twice as fast as its nearest competitor, according to Dell'Oro Group's most recent Ethernet switch survey.
Force10 Networks today announced that it has increased the 10 Gigabit Ethernet density of the TeraScale E-Series to an industry-leading 224 ports per system, providing the performance scalability that enables enterprises to cost effectively deploy 10 Gigabit Ethernet as the foundation of their next-generation data centers.
While the 10 Gigabit Ethernet market is still in its early stages of growth, with projections estimating that it will more than double in 2006 to $1.