Backbone may refer to:

  • Vertebral column, of a vertebrate organism
  • Backbone chain, in polymer chemistry, the framework of the molecule
  • Backbone Entertainment, a video game development company
  • Backbone network, the top level of a hierarchical network
  • Internet backbone, refers to the principal data routes between large, strategically interconnected networks and core routers in the Internet
  • Backbone.js, a JavaScript library used to build applications
  • European backbone, or "Blue Banana", a geographic corridor of urbanisation in Western Europe
  • Backbone State Park, oldest state park in Iowa
  • Backbone (film), a 1975 film
  • Backbone, a rock band led by former Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann
  • Backbone (Backbone album), 1998
  • Backbone (Boney James album), 1993
  • Backbone (magazine)
  • Backbone (rapper), member of the Dungeon Family
  • Backbone, Virginia

Other articles related to "backbone, backbones":

Collapsed Backbone
... A collapsed backbone (inverted backbone, backbone-in-a-box) is a type of backbone network architecture ... The traditional backbone network goes over the globe to provide interconnectivity to the remote hubs ... In most cases, the backbones are the links while the switching or routing functions are done by the equipment at each hub ...
CESNET - Backbone
... Fiber optic backbone ring based on DWDM technology connects Prague, Brno, Olomouc and Hradec Králové with bandwidth up to 32 × 10 Gbit/s ...
Let Your Backbone Slide - Track Listing - 12" Single
... A-side "Let Your Backbone Slide" (Power Mix) "Let Your Backbone Slide" (Bonus Beat) "Let Your Backbone Slide" (A cappella version) B-side "Let Your Backbone Slide" (Radi ...
Backbone, Virginia
... Backbone is an unincorporated community in Alleghany County, Virginia, United States. ...
Airborne Networking - Topologies - Persistent Backbone
... A network topology characterized by a persistent backbone is established using relatively persistent wideband connections among high-value platforms flying relatively stable orbits ... the tactical subnets which are considered edge networks relative to the backbone ... This provides concentration points for connectivity to the space backbone as well as to terrestrial networks ...