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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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Digital bandwidth interleave (DBI) technology has been key to the performance of several LeCroy scopes since its introduction a few years ago.
The Infinera DTN is reportedly designed to combine the scalability of high-capacity DWDM transport, the flexibility of digital bandwidth management, and the intelligence of digital GMPLS network automation in a single platform.
iBeam's arrangement with the TV station for the use of its digital bandwidth could take several forms, considering that services offered include weather forecasts, newspapers delivered in pdf, news, video-on-demand, video games, music and Web pages without Internet connections.
Best of all, video production and digital bandwidth costs are falling, making video website building more accessible.
Weigel Broadcasting's innovative use of digital bandwidth offers broadcast stations new revenue-generating sub channels and provides viewers with great alternative channel choices," said Steve Bunke, Vice President of North America Sales for SES WORLD SKIES.
SES AMERICOM-NEW SKIES applauds this innovative use of digital bandwidth and we look forward to enabling MGM and Weigel Broadcasting to take THIS TV wherever they want to go, as digital conversion opens up additional space for affiliates.

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