Bandwidth


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Bandwidth

In investment banking, a slang term for extra time available to take on more work. For example, an employee has bandwidth if she can be assigned another project and still be able to complete all other assignments in the allotted time.
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Although full duplex will not be used during all transfers, it can double the useable bandwidth of the link rate.
Understanding the bandwidth requirements of an application should be a key part of any evaluation of budgeting and planning software.
Lucent's solution will allow ACE to route and bill its customers' bandwidth-on-demand transactions providing a total bandwidth solution to its clients.
An application like streaming video cannot exist in an atmosphere of low bandwidth levels.
Slow Start: TCP data transfers start slowly to avoid congestion due to possible large numbers of sessions competing for the bandwidth, and ramp-up to their maximum transfer rate, resulting in poor performance for short sessions.
Large, enterprise-wide applications like Lotus Notes and Domino have more than 95 million users, and most of them are placing large and unnecessary demands on their organizations' bandwidth and storage resources.
When installed at the customer premises and at the service Provider Point Of Presence (POP), multimegabit access concentrators deliver reliable and scalable NxT1 service to meet the bandwidth needs of businesses, as well as multi-tenant buildings.