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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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Under this scenario, SAS devices can transfer data in both directions simultaneously, with mixed protocol control, to effectively double the useable bandwidth of the link rate to 6.
As the developer tools mature, and as effective bandwidth increases, vendors will be able to significantly expand available features.
ACE will deliver its bandwidth trading/bandwidth-on-demand services through Lucent's CBX 500 Multiservice Wide Area Network (WAN) switches and PacketStar PSAX AC 60 broadband access devices.
History has shown that people will always find new ways to use available bandwidth.
The net result of these issues is very poor bandwidth utilization.
By aggregating bandwidth from a bundle of T1 or fractional T1 circuits, multimegabit access concentrators enable NxT1 service that offers secure and symmetrical transport with low latency.
Total Bandwidth Fees: Internet Radio and Streaming Video Advertising 2005
Founded in 1999, Bandwidth is a nationwide communications provider offering businesses advanced Internet, VoIP, network and wireless services.
General Bandwidth, a leading Voice over IP equipment manufacturer enabling rapid deployment and new service revenue generation over broadband networks, has been selected by Guadalupe Valley Telecommunications Cooperative (GVTC), Texas' largest telecommunication cooperative, to deliver cable telephony services over Guadalupe Valley's hybrid fiber coax (HFC) network.
General Bandwidth, a leading Voice over IP (VoIP) equipment manufacturer enabling rapid deployment and new service revenue generation over broadband networks, announces that it has implemented PseudoWire Emulation End-to-End (PWE3) in its award-winning G6 Universal Media Gateway that allows carriers to migrate legacy services onto new video and data packet networks, such as IPTV/FTTN and GPON.
AUSTIN, Texas -- General Bandwidth, a leading Voice over IP equipment manufacturer enabling rapid deployment and new service revenue generation over broadband networks, announced today that Mpower Communications (AMEX:MPE), a leading provider of broadband Internet access and telephone services to business and wholesale customers, has deployed General Bandwidth's G6 Universal Media Gateway to expand its Voice over IP (VoIP) business services.