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Hub, or Hubs may refer to:

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Computing[edit]

  • Email hub, a computer system dedicated to relay e-mail messages
  • Ethernet hub, a computer networking hardware device
  • Hubs and authorities, a scheme used for ranking web pages
  • HUB.FM, cloud media hub
  • Serial ATA port multiplier, sometimes called SATA hub – a device that allows multiple SATA devices to be connected to a single SATA host port.
  • USB hub, allows many USB devices to be connected to a single USB port

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Other uses[edit]

  • Hunmanby railway station, England, which has the National Rail station code "HUB"
  • Hub, in video games is a type of level that serves as direct access to all other levels.
  • Hubs, the athletic teams of Rochelle Township High School in Rochelle, Illinois.
  • Hub Network, digital cable and satellite television channel owned by Discovery Communications and Hasbro.

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