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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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There's also a chance for bands and budding film-makers to record a session with local music video blog Bandwith - who've shot such recent success stories as Two Door Cinema Club and General Fiasco.
Courses have been developed to minimize bandwith requirements, reduce security concerns and meet AICC and SCORM training compliance standards.
Amenities at the seven-story, Class A office property include a cafe, conferencing center, concierge, high window ratio per square foot of space, multiple providers of data/ telecom bandwith via fiber optic cable and full generator backup.
A little personal shopping during a lunch break can cause permanent damage to an employer in terms of productivity loss, bandwith loss and legal liability.
Many desirable features make a SAN DFS attractive to a production environment that processes huge volumes of bulk data and requires high bandwith.
Untangling the jumbled bandwith brigade from analog to cable
With a potential top range of 25 million bits a second, Time Warner can deliver its data up to 800 times as fast as phone companies can, because coaxial cable has far more capacity, or bandwith, than the copper wire used by phone companies.
Tenders are invited for Providing 2 Mbps Bandwith Internet Leased Line(Ill) Facility One At Gm Office Akashdeep,Dakra And Second At Project Office ,Tandwa Of Magadh Amrapali Area On Rental Basis.
Patrick Couglan, Irish general manager for 360network, said yesterday that his company also expected to supply bandwith to operations and facilities lined up for location in the planned digital hub around Media Lab in Dublin's Liberties area.
Internet hoaxes cost everyone's network or Internet service providers (ISPs) by clogging the bandwith with unnecessary transmissions.
Our new Active Electroptical Cable Assembly is a light weight transceiver that incorporates the most innovative fiber optic technology advancements that deliver the high bandwith, long signal propagation and immunity to electronic noise and electromagnectic pulse that is demanded by the design engineering community.