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Pipe

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to 126 gallons.

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Even fat pipes cannot support leapfrogging bandwidth demands.
The ability to combine multiple ISPs into one fat pipe lowers bandwidth costs and improves Internet availability for hotels, MDU/MTU, SME, SOHO, and other networks.
So customers of one WiMax carrier may get a fat pipe of 1Mb per second or more at home and then find they can't use a roaming partner's network for the rich applications they're used to, he said.
Artesyn's micro-TCA development platform utilizes a 12-slot micro-TCA chassis equipped with a micro-TCA Carrier Hub (MCH) module, power supply, Fat Pipe switch module, application/protocol processing, and platform management software, all developed by Artesyn.
WiMax can provide a cost-effective and secure means of extending last mile fat pipe connectivity to the Internet for all sorts of organizations.
2-Gigabit, fiber optic fat pipe that enables the company to buy premium bandwidth from America's top 10 backbone providers.
PC World noted in a recent review published in the March 2003 issue, "When you open that big fat pipe to the Net, you also create a potential autobahn into your PC for hackers and Spyware.