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con·cat·e·nate

(kon-kat'ĕ-nāt),
Denoting the arrangement of a number of structures, for example, enlarged lymph glands, in a row like the links of a chain.
[L. concateno, pp. -atus, to link together, fr. catena, a chain]
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Michael Zadikian, Iris Group founder, said, "Up to now the optical industry has used the technique of concatenating SONET 51-Mbps STS-1 bit streams in the time dimension to create progressively faster data pipes for packet switches: STS-3c for 155 Mbps, STS-12c for 622 Mbps, STS-48c for 2.