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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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Our new offering of 20 Mbps is a strong response to customer demand for bandwidth for ever-evolving broadband content and computer applications.
Our carrier customers are increasingly interested in moving to symmetrical 100 Mbps performance.
Both products support symmetric bandwidth of up to 100 Mbps in 64 Kbps increments.
Charter's new security suite is easy to use, updates automatically, and is available at no cost to customers who have 3 mbps service or higher.
Charter offers 3 mbps, 5 mbps and 10 mbps levels of HSI service.
Our bundles include internet access at speeds up to 20 Mbps, basic cable, and local phone service and the flexibility to complete their package according to their needs for services like digital and premium video service, HD and DVR, and unlimited phone options.
Currently, T-2 is the only provider of VDSL technology in Slovenia that offers download speeds up to 50 Mbps with bursting up to 100 Mbps, and upload speeds of 20 Mbps with bursting up to 50 Mbps.
T-2 is the first company in Slovenia to offer the new broadband technology VDSL (very high speed digital subscriber line) which enables speeds of up to 50 Mbps/20 Mbps (shortly to be upgraded to 100 Mbps/50 Mbps) and does not require an existing analogue PSTN line, an ISDN or ADSL line for access.
Actiontec Electronics today announced the market's first family of powerline networking solutions to support throughput speeds of 85 Mbps, enabling consumers to utilize standard electrical outlets to build home networks capable of handling newer high-bandwidth multimedia applications such as IPTV.
The 85 Mbps throughput capability is a sixfold increase over first-generation powerline networking solutions based on the HomePlug 1.