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1The state or extent of being connected or interconnected.
- ‘There was a discussion on fostering greater regional connectivity in the field of energy.’
- ‘Currently this type of connectivity is only available close to the larger towns which leaves the remote areas isolated.’
- ‘Tools that recognise the vernacular role of self-writing as well as the public role of connectivity would definitely help with this.’
- ‘The immediacy and connectivity can expose great wrong; in just the same way, it can do great wrong.’
- ‘Going by their current strengths, these libraries will survive the age of seamless connectivity too.’
- ‘Ireland is at the very edge of airline connectivity in Europe and has to fight every battle that involves transportation costs.’
- ‘As a first step, Wi-Fi connectivity is being offered in 16 seats where four sets of seats will face each other.’
- ‘Now comes the biggest test of whether the rhetoric of connectivity can be marshalled into effective action.’
- ‘Mobile phones can do so much more than make a call now - the tools are there to push for connectivity in so many ways.’
- ‘They will provide air connectivity to secondary cities and potential industrial and tourist destinations.’
- ‘The person, rather than the household or group, is the primary unit of connectivity.’
- ‘But observers saw many financial, political and ideological bears on that way to connectivity.’
- ‘The marketing challenge is to sell you on the necessity of information via continuous connectivity.’
- ‘We are also strengthening the rail and air connectivity in our country.’
- ‘However, one of the essential ingredients to succeed in the global services is international air connectivity.’
- ‘The other sees connectivity as the essential factor, with movies being one of many resources that can travel along those connections.’
- ‘We have invested in the best possible infrastructure, latest technology and incredible connectivity.’
- ‘He said connectivity between areas via road and rail was very important.’
- ‘Blogging is a transitional technology that will lead to new forms of connectivity and creativity.’
- ‘In my opinion, my industry is just beginning to reap the benefits of connectivity.’
- 1.1Computing Capacity for the interconnection of platforms, systems, and applications.‘connectivity between Sun and Mac platforms’
- ‘The handset offers the usual USB, infra-red and Bluetooth connectivity.’
- ‘Broad connectivity and scalable bandwidth have made the success of the Fibre Channel protocol.’
- ‘It also has a video camera built into the frame of the monitor, FireWire connectivity and video editing software.’
- ‘Techies will also love the MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity and Java-powered games.’
- ‘The Mac connectivity is good as far as Bluetooth goes, but at the moment this doesn't include iSync support.’
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