- the part of a network that connects other networks together
"the backbone is the part of a communication network that carries the heaviest traffic"
- He is an American to the backbone.
- Will he have the backbone to speak out against the bill?
- backbone network,
- backbone network
- backbone network, routing devices,
- backbone network routing devices
- Indeed, salmon backbone represents about 10 % of a whole salmon weight, and the flesh on the backbone represents between 25 % and 40 % of the backbone weight.
- ICT provide the backbone for the knowledge economy.
- Remove backbone and cartilage, including the tip of the scapula.
- The following salmon backbone processor was also visited:
- The smoked flesh on the backbone will, however, be even more limited in weight.
- The role of their optic fibre network is mainly that of a backbone which interconnects their local loops.
- Also included are cellular telephone services, Internet backbone services and online access services, including provision of access to the Internet.
- However the central repository and a common interface at each actor's node are the backbone of the application integration.
- Pre-fitment stage 3 shall apply for those assets earmarked for operation on the ETCS-Net backbone.