n. 1 (context Networking English):A Protocol much faster than http. Uses small packets for transmission. It is a single independent protocol .Hence increase efficiency by using fewer OS resources. 2 (context Networking English): A network backbone connection equivalent to 28 T1 lines, typically fiber optic. 3 (context Canada English) A tax reporting form used by estates and trusts. 4 (context AU English) a transit lane restricted to vehicles with a minimum of three occupants.
T3 or T-3 may refer to:
T3 magazine is a UK-based technology magazine, which specialises in gadgets, gizmos, and other technology.
Originally, T3 stood for Tomorrow's Technology Today, but this isn't used anywhere in the magazine or on the website anymore. It's exclusively referred to as T3 or T3.com. The magazine is popular but in terms of sales is ranked second among UK gadget magazines. T3 magazine is available in most countries, and has syndicated/localised versions in over 20 countries.
T3 (pronounced "T-three" or "Terror to the third power") is an inverted roller coaster at Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville, Kentucky. Previously named T2, the Suspended Looping Coaster model manufactured by Vekoma opened in 1995. The amusement park closed in 2010 due to financial difficulties, but later reopened under new ownership in 2014. The roller coaster was refurbished and renamed T3, which reopened to the public on July 3, 2015.
T3 is an independent integrated marketing and advertising firm with headquarters in Austin, Texas and offices in New York City and San Francisco. The agency was founded in 1989 by CEO Gay Gaddis. Today, T3 is the largest independent advertising agency owned by a woman in the United States, with capitalized billings over $230 million.