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nap

Sleep disorders An episode of sleep outside of the principal sleep period. See Driver fatigue, Sleep deprivation, Sleep disorders.

nap

(nap)
1. To slumber.
2. A short sleep; a doze. See: sleep

power nap

A colloquial, humorous term for a nap taken during work for refreshment before resuming one's work.
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Finally, the large IBPs moved away from public NAPs to private peering or maintained relatively small capacities like T3 in the NAPs and then placed themselves in a new hierarchy, so called top-tier IBPs (Jew and Nicolls, 1999).
a subsidiary of MFN and the original neutral Internet exchange, offers secure, Class A co-location facilities where ISPs and other Internet-centric companies can form public and private peering relationships with each other, and have access to multiple telecommunications carriers for circuits within each facility.
AppliedTheory's extensive private peering interconnections-points at which data is exchanged from one network backbone to another-improve the reliability and speed of data in transit.
This allows the customer to negotiate a broader range of public and private peering arrangements to achieve better network costs and performance.
Netrail currently has nearly 200 public and private peering relationships with Tier 1, Tier 2, regional and foreign Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
By building metropolitan SONET rings connected to multiple Tier-1 backbone providers, and by having extensive private peering with numerous broadband ISPs, domestic and international backbones and content providers, Mzima Networks offers its customers the fastest, most reliable connectivity currently available.
GST currently maintains public and private peering with more than 75 major IP backbones over the public exchanges as well as in its major backbone cities.
By building metropolitan SONET rings connected to multiple Tier-1 backbone providers, and by having extensive private peering with numerous broadband ISPs, backbones and content providers, Mzima Networks offers its customers the fastest, most reliable connectivity currently available.
Internet Backbones, Builds Carrier-Grade Network Backbone and Unveils Forward-Looking Brokered Private Peering to Offer ISPs the Benefits of Private
Both Companies' Largest Single Provider of Private Peering Connections
By building metropolitan SONET rings connected to multiple Tier-1 backbone providers, and by having extensive private peering with numerous ISPs and content providers, Mzima Networks offers its customers the fastest, most reliable connectivity currently available.
Here's how AboveNet's private peering relationships

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