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  Fibre Channel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fibre Channel is standardized in the T11 Technical Committee of the InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS), an American National Standard Institute (ANSI) accredited standards committee.
Fibre Channel started in 1988, ANSI standard approval in 1994, as a way to simplify the HIPPI system then in use for similar roles.
Fibre Channel was primarily interested in simplifying the connections and increasing the lengths, as opposed to increasing speeds.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fibre_Channel   (584 words)

 Abaca Fibre
This fibre is also known in the trade as manila and manila hemp, but abaca is a hard fibre and is entirely different from true hemp, which is a soft fibre and is the product of Cannabis sativa.
The fibre so cleaned has only to be hung up to dry in the open air, when, without further treatment, it is ready to be graded and baled for shipment.
The quality or grade of abaca fibre is determined by the part of the stalk from which the fibre is obtained, by the amount of serration of the stripping knives and the degree of tension holding the knife against the block, and by prompt and careful drying of the fibre.
webpages.charter.net /BrianOtte/encyclopedia_project/a/abaca_fibre.html   (813 words)

 Dark fibre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It therefore makes sense to plan for and install significantly more fibre than is needed for current demand, to provide for future expansion and provide for network redundancy in case any of the cables fail.
In the dot-com boom, a large number of telcos built optical fibre networks, each with the business plan of cornering the market in telecommunications by providing a network with sufficient capacity to take all existing and forecast traffic for the entire region served.
The availablity of wavelength division multiplexing further reduced the demand for fiber by increasing the capacity that could be placed on a single fibre by a factor of up to 100.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dark_fibre   (665 words)

 Fibre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The concept that fibre could play a preventive role in colon cancer was first proposed in 1971 when Burkitt put forth the proposal that fibre could prevent colon cancer by regulating the speed and bulk of the food that passes through the intestines.
The water-soluble fibres include such fibres as pectin, hemicelluloses, and storage polysaccharides that are found mainly in fruits and vegetables, and gums which are found mainly in cereals.
In the case of fruits, the soluble fibre which retards the rate of glucose absorption is pectin, and it prevents the glucose surge and subsequent hypoglycaemia associated with a refine food diet devoid of natural fibre.
www.amazingdiscoveries.org /amazingdiet/fibre.html   (1790 words)

 Fibre Design   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The irritant properties of fibres have been investigated in limited studies with volunteers and it is evident that the irritation increases in proportion to the diameter.
Thus, while there is still scientific debate about the properties of fibres which are important in relation to induction of these tumours, there is substantial human evidence that controlling asbestos exposure to levels where fibrosis is not seen reduces the incidence of the tumour to levels seen in the general population.
Fibre size and fragility (the ability to generate fibrous dust) are important criteria in determining the biological activity of fibres.
www.saffil.com /fibre.htm   (3388 words)

 Kids.net.au - Encyclopedia Fibre Channel -
Fibre Channel is a serial computer bus intended for connecting high speed storage devices to computers, used primarily in the supercomputer field.
The name is not terribly descriptive, as Fibre Channel can run on both twisted-pair wire, as well as fibre optic cables.
Fibre Channel started in 1988 as a way to simplify the HIPPI system currently in use for similar roles.
www.kids.net.au /encyclopedia-wiki/fi/Fibre_Channel   (142 words)

 Resistant Starch: The New Generation Of Fibre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
That fibre is a core component of a balanced diet is well known — but fibre, as well as being hard to process, has a reputation for being dense, unappetising and virtually inedible in quantity.
Dietary fibre is defined as components of plant materials in the diet, which are resistant to digestion by enzymes produced by humans in the small intestine and, therefore, reaches the large intestine (colon).
Fibres such as wheat bran also contain oil and fat which can turn rancid, so some of the ingredients used to increase fibre content have a limited shelf-life because of the develop-ment of an 'off' taste.
www.ffnmag.com /ASP/255/Display-Article   (1486 words)

 Fibre Channel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Fibre Channel is a high performance interface designed to bring speed and flexibility to multiple disc drive storage systems.
A Fibre Channel configuration consists a backplane, which is an external enclosure that houses a printed circuit board (PCB) and multiple drive receptacles, and a Fibre Channel host bus adapter (HBA).
Fibre Channel drives use an SCA connection that combines the data signals and power supply lines into a single connection.
www.seagate.com /support/kb/disc/fibre_channel.html   (904 words)

 Fibre Channel
Fibre Channel is a computer communications protocol designed to meet the many requirements related to the ever increasing demand for high performance information transfer.
Fibre Channel is making the biggest impact in the storage arena, in particular, using SCSI as an upper layer protocol.
Fibre Channel defines a "1" to simply be the state with more optical power (for optical links), or the state where the "+" pin is more positive than the "-" pin (in the case of copper).
www.recoverdata.com /fc_tutorial.htm   (8014 words)

Fibre is indigestible carbohydrate found in the cell walls of plant foods.
A diet high in soluble fibre helps lower cholesterol levels because it binds intestinal bile acids which are removed in the stools instead of being reabsorbed into the bloodstream.
Soluble fibre also reduces the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive problems by helping to regulate both constipation and diarrhoea, and slows the absorption of simple sugars, which helps control the rise in blood sugar after eating.
www.clubonefitness.co.uk /Fibre.htm   (646 words)

 Fibre Channel Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Each fibre is attached to a transmitter of a port at one end and a receiver of another port at the other end.
If an open fibre condition occurs in the link, the receiver of the Port the fibre is connected detects it and pulses its laser at a low duty cycle that meets the safety requirements.
Fibre Channel is equally adept at transporting both network and channel information and allows both protocol types to be concurrently transported over the same physical interface.
hsi.web.cern.ch /HSI/fcs/spec/overview.htm   (2794 words)

 Initial Catering | Cool Meals | Food Facts | Nutrients | Fibre
Fibre is found in wholemeal and wholegrain foods, such as cereals, porridge, wholemeal bread, wholemeal pasta and brown rice.
Fibre is very good at keeping our gut healthy, as it helps digestion.
Fibre found in fruits and vegetables can also help lower cholesterol, which is thought to help protect against heart disease.
www.coolmeals.co.uk /food_facts/nutrients/fibre.html   (83 words)

 CMA : Supplements : Fibre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Dietary fibre is considered to be very helpful in the prevention of many diseases.
It used to be known as "roughage" and is the part of food that cannot be digested and absorbed to produce energy in the body.
Soluble fibre can lower blood sugar levels as well as soften the stool, helping it to move through the body with greater ease.
www.the-cma.org.uk /HTML/fibre.htm   (181 words)

 Fibre Optic Basics
Because fibre is non-conductive, it can be used where electrical isolation is needed, for instance between buildings where copper cables would require cross bonding to eliminate differences in earth potentials.
The numbers represent the diameters of the fibre core and cladding, these are measured in microns which are millionths of a metre.
Loose tube fibre cable can be indoor or outdoor, or both, the outdoor cables usually have the tube filled with gel to act as a moisture barrier which stops the ingress of water.
www.datacottage.com /nch/fibre.htm   (1232 words)

 Fibre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Fibre objects and textiles are among the oldest and most diverse of human expressive forms.
In the Fibre studio, traditional and contemporary practices co-exist with explorations in a diverse variety of techniques and materials in both two and three-dimensional contexts.
Contemporary applications and constructions in fibre are investigated through the use of new and familiar materials.
ksac.bc.ca /studio_fibre.html   (668 words)

 Fibre Channel - Technology Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Fibre Channel, a family of ANSI standards (see Chapter 8), is a common, efficient transport system supporting multiple protocols or raw data using native Fibre Channel guaranteed delivery services.
Fibre Channel is the only technology available with the reliability, responsiveness, scalability, high-throughput, and low-latency needed to meet the broad range of market and technology requirements.
Fibre Channel's ability to use a single technology for storage, networks, audio/video, or to move raw data is superior to the common frame feature.
www.fibrechannel.org /technology/overview.html   (1819 words)

 You've got to keep on moving!
Fibre is a form of carbohydrate naturally present in foods of plant origin including cereals, fruit, vegetables, seeds and pulses.
Fibre is actually contained in the cell walls of plants and is the substance which provides structural support and enables the plant to stand upright.
The greatest concentration of fibre is generally in the external surface of the plant eg apple peel, potato skin and the outer layer of brown rice or wheat bran.
www.goodnessdirect.co.uk /cgi-local/frameset/art/fibre.shtml   (1405 words)

 The facts on Fibre Channel - TechUpdate - ZDNet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Fibre Channel is used primarily for server backbones and as a way of attaching a server to a storage device, such as a RAID array or a tape backup device.
Fibre Channel is quickly replacing SCSI as the technology used by storage devices such as RAID arrays and tape backup drives.
Fibre Channel is ideal as a server backbone because its throughput is perfect for moving large amounts of data.
techupdate.zdnet.com /techupdate/stories/main/0,14179,2908897,00.html   (1030 words)

 FIBRE - Sub Aquatic Memories
Fibre consist of three musical souls: Ben Nitze, Mac Quayle, and Joe Mendelson, who all met in their early college days at NYU.
Thought it is many years later, the members of FIBRE admit that they still do not know what these words mean,or why they even belong in the same sentence, but they still have hope to finding out.
Fibre's first album for Tone Casualties, is entitled Sub Atlantic Memories.Fibre hopes to tour following the release of the record,and bring their music directly to the heartland of America.
www.tonecasualties.com /data/TC/fibrecd.html   (1105 words)

During the 1980s, Fibre was hailed as a way to halt colon cancer and to lower blood cholesterol.
These fatty acids are thought to help reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood, and therefore the risk of heart and arterial disease Soluble fibre is also thought to delay the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream helpiong to prevent diabetes mellitus and high blood sugar levels.
As a rich soure of soluble fibre, oat bran, rolled oats, beans, apples and potatoes are all a invaluable in the battle against excessive levels of cholesterol.
www.berwickheartsupport.co.uk /html/fibre.html   (398 words)

 Apple - Xserve RAID - Fibre Channel
Fibre Channel is the only storage connectivity technology that provides guaranteed bandwidth, so the host computer receives data at the same high speed as the RAID system sends it out.
The Fibre Channel interface supports multiple topologies and transport protocols, providing flexible deployment options to suit different applications.
The 2GB/s Fibre Channel bandwidth is shared among all devices connected to the hub.
www.apple.com /xserve/raid/fibre_channel.html   (517 words)

 Crystal Fibre: the fibre of the future? (December 2001) - Opto & Laser Europe - optics.org
The mode-field area of the fibre is several times as large as that of a standard singlemode fibre at this wavelength.
Once the finished fibre is coated it becomes as robust as a standard fibre, capable of being both striped and cleaved using standard tools.
Crystal Fibre's Jes Broeng was one of the first people to make air-core PCF during his time at the University of Bath in the UK.
optics.org /articles/ole/6/12/3/1   (1171 words)

 Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) is a mutual benefit non-profit international organization of manufacturers, system integrators, developers, vendors, industry professionals and end users.
The FCIA is committed to delivering a broad base of Fibre Channel infrastructure technology to support a wide array of applications within the mass storage and IT-based arenas.
With more than 190 members and affiliates in the United States, Europe and Japan, the FCIA is committed to delivering a broad base of Fibre Channel infrastructure to support a wide array of industry applications within the mass storage and IT-based arenas.
www.fibrechannel.org   (284 words)

 Fibre advice from Netfit
Fibre is the indigestible plant material, found in fruits, vegetables, grains and beans.
It reduces constipation as the bulk of fibre, plus the water and bacteria added to the waste, produce a stool consistency which is much easier to remove from the body without straining in any way.
It passes through the gut unchanged, as it does not dissolve in water, resulting in a speeding process of the digestive track, which in turn reduces the risk of colon cancer.
www.netfit.co.uk /nut4.htm   (128 words)

 The Galaxy 55: Fibre Channel to Fibre Channel RAID   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Featuring two Fibre Channel interface connections to the host system(s) and four Fibre Channel interface connections permitting the formation of extremely large system solutions with up to 360 fibre drives for capacities of greater than 18 Terabytes.
Fibre Channel delivers 100MB/s data transfer rates per channel over a 30-meter copper serial link or up to 10,000 meters with optical fibre links, greatly simplifying cable routing and maintenance, and delivering unmatched performance with enhanced data reliability.
With four Fibre Channels for drive connects, the Galaxy 55 is the scalable performance leader.
www.bellmicro.com /solutions_center/products/Galaxy55.asp   (373 words)

 Carbon Fibre - Material Spec and Selection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The glass fibre is used as a filling between layers of Carbon, this method of construction allows us to utilise the excellent strength and stiffness properties of Carbon fibre at the more critical outside surfaces of the part, whilst using the superior toughness and lower cost glass fibre as the centre to the sandwich.
The percentage of Carbon to glass fibre varies for each material but CSC always presents good toughness and value with only a small weight penalty, In some applications this slight increase in weight is a positive advantage as for example in most chassis the extra weight helps with the stability of the car.
The next stage is to lay the fibre and resin onto the tool and then whilst holding every thing in place by vacuum the whole thing is placed in an oven for final curing.
www.fibre-lyte.co.uk /fl/fl_materials.html   (340 words)

 FIBREKING - Innovative filling, packaging and warehousing concepts
Fibre King can provide complete filling lines from PET blow moulders to filling, labeling and even laser-guided vehicles.
Fibre King is also the Down Stream Equipment supplier for SIG Combibloc, supplying FIFO accumulators, shrink packers, tray packers, case packers, tray shrink packers and palletisers.
Fibre King’s Service Department not only provides a full range of rebuild and overhaul services for Fibre King equipment but also for many other makes of machinery.
www.fibreking.com   (713 words)

 FC & FCP: Fibre Channel and Fibre Channel Protocol for Bulk Data Transfer
Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) is the interface protocol of SCSI on the Fibre Channel.
Unlike a layered network architecture, a fibre channel network is largely specified by functional elements and the interfaces between them.
Fibre Channel (FC) and Fibre Channel Protocol are defined by ANSI (www.ansi.org)
www.javvin.com /protocolFCP.html   (436 words)

 FiBRE - FireBird Replication Engine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This is the user that FiBRE itself uses to read and write data to the database in normal operation.
A secondary server will also require the fibre program to be unpacked somewhere in its folder structure, and you will need to copy examples/fibre-secondary-sample.cfg.xml as fibre.cfg.xml in the FiBRE root folder, and edit it with the servers name and the URL of the database as before.
FiBRE uses this field to track rows in the database, so the value of it cannot be changed.
fibre.sourceforge.net /docs/howto.html   (1437 words)

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