One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A local area network in which a node can transmit only when in possession of a sequence of bits (called the token) that is passed to each node in turn.
- ‘I'm the only one here who really believes in technology - how did we choose Ethernet over token ring?’
- ‘Through the years it's remained in the lead, even with concerted efforts to replace it with more sophisticated token ring, FDDI, and ATM technologies.’
- ‘SAN interfaces are typically Fibre Channel and SCSI, rather than Ethernet or token ring.’
- ‘You shouldn't, unless you are running token ring and have a chattering NIC.’
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