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05:39 Apr 4, 2001
English to Italian translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: near-line
Today, most automobiles, or anything else for that matter, tend to be manufactured using a cellular approach. For example, there may be two cells in each of which a car is having its transmission system fitted. The car that is completed first will be moved on to the next cell.
‘This is a sort of near-line, not an in-line, situation since the two cells are not hardwired together and if one cell stops it does not stop the other one.’
Marina Capalbo
Local time: 02:56
Italian translation:near-line
Explanation:
da una ricerca su Google.it
viene lasciata near-line, parlando di tecnologia applicata all'informatica

www.plasmon.co.uk/pdf_files/moital.pdf
http://www.itportal.it/news/hardware/febbraio2001/18/

non so se può aiutarti.

Adriano
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Adriano Bonetto
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Local time: 02:56
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near-line


Explanation:
da una ricerca su Google.it
viene lasciata near-line, parlando di tecnologia applicata all'informatica

www.plasmon.co.uk/pdf_files/moital.pdf
http://www.itportal.it/news/hardware/febbraio2001/18/

non so se può aiutarti.

Adriano

Adriano Bonetto
Italy
Local time: 02:56
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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