A Global Network Bomb (or GNB) is a weapon of mass destruction for the global network. It has the power to knock off the World Wide Web for days, even weeks. The creator of this weapon is still not yet to be found. But it has been determined that the creator is now living in the United States of America, somewhere on the West Coast. The GNB is like a virus, it can be inplanted into another computer system. Once the user of that computer triggers the GNB or if the creator triggers it by will, it has a time delay time-response. Once the GNB has been triggered, it will spread throughout the user's system without the user knowing. If the system is online, the virus will spread throughout the global web in hours.
Global Business Network was created in 1987.
Global Television Network was created in 1974.
Global Business School Network was created in 2003.
Global Energy Network Institute was created in 1986.
A global network is any communication network which spans the entire Earth. Anyone who operates on the internet is operating within a global network since almost all websites can be accessed from anywhere on Earth.
No, it is not.
its A Wide Area Network (WAN)
The relationship between the terms terrorism and global network is that terrorists and terrorism can come from anywhere in the globe. Terrorists work together in a global network to plan their attacks on their enemies.
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Global Area Network
The symbol for RRSat Global Communications Network Ltd. in NASDAQ is: RRST.
The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers.
The global positioning system is a network of 24 satellites plus ground based receivers.
The main advantage of a global area network is that it covers and unlimited amount of geographical areas. This type of network can be transmitted by satellite to very remote areas.
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Using this network costs alot of money
No that was Al Gore
Global Television Network was launched in 1974 and is currently Canada's second most watched television network. The programming of this network consists of news, sports and entertainment shows.
Global Network of Innovation
Global Footprint Network
The acronym GHIN refers to the Golf Handicap and Information Network. It could also refer to the Global Health Information Network or the Global Hazards Information Network.
J.C.R. Licklider at MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) proposed global network of computers in 1962.