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Bonding

A background check on a potential employee, followed by the procurement of insurance against any theft from the company that the employee may commit. Some financial service or other companies whose employees handle large amounts of cash conduct this process. The United States Department of Labor runs the Federal Bonding Program, which issues bonds insuring or guaranteeing the insurance of ex-offenders whose employment adds significant risk of theft or fraud.
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AC1750 WiFi Cable Modem Router (C6300) with 16x4 channel bonding has a U.
Channel bonding is a technique for aggregating multiple downstream channels into a cumulative flow, in efforts to support higher access speeds by wideband cable modems.
The BCM453xx Series supports all new DVB-S2X coding rates, modulation schemes, channel bonding and sharper roll off factors to improve efficiency on transponder bandwidth.
With the world's fastest upstream/downstream surfing speed enabling IPTV, the Ambit/Netwave channel bonding modem is sure to impress the surfers and MSOs.
Digital return technology, customized for Europe's installed base, supports cable operators launching upstream channel bonding with EuroDOCSIS 3.
The RuralConnect Generation 3 will utilize channel bonding in order to triple Internet connection speeds up to 25 Mbps, reduce latency, and support four times as many users per sector; all under the new IEEE 802.
Channel bonding is a broadband data transport solution for substantially increasing two-way data throughput in cable TV networks.
ARRIS has a long history of technological innovation as well as a commitment to open standards and multi-vendor interoperability, and this is a natural extension of our previous channel bonding deployments and a direct example of our commitment to the fast-developing broadband markets of Asia.
0 Compliant - channel bonding of up to 16 downstream and 16 upstream channels, AES encryption, IPDR, IPv6.
Channel bonding for single subscriber use of multiple downstream/upstream channels
0 channel bonding, which will allow broadband download speeds up to 120Mbit/s.