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TOR

Abbreviation for:
tactile object recognition
target of rapamycin
terms of reference 
total outflow resistance
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The extreme low latency and highly adaptable characteristics of Ericsson Private Networks is enabling the rapid integration of sensors, machines, in-vehicles such as built-in remote-control devices in a ship-to-shore crane at a port, and hand-held devices across a wide range of applications for industry enterprises.
Global private networks provide 2.5x lower variation in response times compared to the Internet.
Traditionally, private networks are created through rented links, X.25, Frame Relay or ATM networks.
"It was frustrating previously because 70% of our stores used unstable dial-up modems and virtual private networks and we could only gather sales figures over weekends.
Under Virtual Private Network find your VPN connection (Office or the name you provided).
At McGill University in Montreal, Director of Network and Communications Services Gary Bernstein has divided the LAN into a series of virtual private networks (VPNs), each of which restricts authenticated user access based upon characteristics the user previously has registered with the school.
User-defined criteria can be set to block or allow this content into the private network. Common usage of this technology is to defend against e-mail viruses or inappropriate Web content.
FiberCity's private network has been operating flawlessly in the Mitsui Fudosan building since December, and currently serves over 20% of the building's 49 tenants.
Current regulations do not allow police to intercept communications that pass over private networks, which allows for interesting loopholes - such as cordless telephones being immune from interception, given that the space between phone and base unit counts as a private network.
The Council also began establishing competition in the satellite-based private network market by permitting users to install their own satellite antennas and to (relatively freely) choose their satellite system operators, instead of being forced to use monopoly operators.

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