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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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Table 53 Oman International Internet bandwidth 2003 - 2012
In terms of total capacity, including private networks and internet bandwidth, the trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific routes remain the largest, said analyst Cody Williams.
Not just India, some other nations such as Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar and Italy expressed interest to use Bangladesh's internet bandwidth.
Patrick Nyirishema, Head of Information and Communication Technology department at Rwanda Development Board (RDB), said, We want to make sure that there is sufficient and affordable internet capacity on the Rwandan market so that we get to a point where internet bandwidth is a commodity.
LLIX offers a complete suite of Business Continuity services, including Co-location, Internet Bandwidth, Hosting, Connectivity, Managed Security, and other on-demand Managed Utility Services to customers throughout the region -- allowing them to leverage its carrier-class and carrier-neutral facility to optimize their business objectives.
The solution is not only exceptionally tolerant of the variability of Internet bandwidth, but its scalability, high-availability, and security architecture were very strong.
We also continue to invest in and grow our core business of co-location and high performance Internet bandwidth as is evidenced by our recent expansions in Virginia and Toronto.
NetEqualizer is the perfect solution for any company or service provider that is trying to maximize Internet bandwidth and guarantee a premium experience for all users on a network.
PEMBROKE, Bermuda -- Intelsat has been selected by the African Virtual University (AVU) as its strategic communications partner in an initiative to establish a higher education bandwidth consortium which will make Internet bandwidth more widely accessible to African universities.

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