Abbreviated as IMUX, an Inverse Multiplexor combines multiple network channels to one aggregate higher speed pipe. It defines all forms of bonding or bundling two or more physical connections between two locations to create the single and faster virtual circuit.
Inverse Multiplexer is also spelled Inverse Multiplexor.
See also multiplexer.
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