Dark centre

23:05 Jul 27, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Dark centre
Paris West is a "Dark centre" monitored and operated remotely from the main Datacentre. The two sites are about 10 km apart and connected by fibre optic cables.
Etienne Amblard

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naCentre aveugle
Louise Atfield
nacentre obscur
Christian Fournier
na,,,,,, est un centre sans des facultés de controle et il est ,,,,,,,
Telesforo Fernandez (X)
napoint noir



1 hr
point noir

I suggest this because I thought it was about trafic but it's not easy to translate this phrase without any other context.

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4 hrs
,,,,,, est un centre sans des facultés de controle et il est ,,,,,,,

Thus is the menaing of the phrase. It does not the controlling faculty.

Telesforo Fernandez (X)
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Etienne Amblard (X)
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7 hrs
centre obscur

par analogie avec "dark current" = courant d'obscurité (électronique). mais ce n'est qu'une proposition.

Christian Fournier
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8 days
Centre aveugle

Je traduirais cette expression de cette facon, puisqu'il s'agit d'un centre qui n'a pas l'autonomie ou les possibilites de controle du centre principal.

Louise Atfield
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