What does T2 stand for?
T2 stands for tolerant T1
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Net2Atlanta provides fault tolerant, reliable Internet Service to Atlanta Businessvia redundant diverse paths
Pseudomonas putida DOT-T1E is a solvent-tolerant strain able to grow with toluene as the sole C-source. Tn5 mutagenesis was carried out and a mutant unable to use toluene as the sole C-source was isolated. DNA was sequenced upstream and downstream of the site where the Tn5 was inserted. Analysis of the DNA revealed 13 open reading frames (ORFs) homologous to the tod genes for the toluene dioxygenase pathway of P.
A voting scheme constitutes an essential component of many fault tolerant systems. Two types of voters are commonly used in applications of real-valued systems: the inexact majority and the amalgamating voters. The inexact majority voter effectively isolates erroneous modules and is capable of reporting benign outputs when a significant disagreement is detected. However, an application specific voter threshold must be provided.
Toluene metabolism by the solvent-tolerant.
Fault Tolerant ISDN Voice Lines Just a few years ago, many businesses had several plain old telephone service (POTS) lines connected to their phone system. If an individual line broke, it was not a total failure! Then, voice and Internet T1 "bundles" came along. Features went up, reliability went down.