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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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In contrast to existing slide show technologies where frames are selected based on a predetermined mathematical algorithm, NewsTakes' Bandwidth Adapt selects frames intelligently according to editorial rules and prioritization criteria determined by type of media and content.
Bandwidth Adapt supports any media player available on the market today conforming to popular standards such as H.
In addition to General Bandwidth, Broadchoice clients include Redback Networks, KPMG, Accel-KKR, Gunderson Dettmer and Network Appliance.
When the metros open, it will unleash capacity demand, traffic streams will change radically, and price concentration occurring now across international routes will almost disappear," Practice Director of Bandwidth Markets at PBI Media, Tom Wright, said.
In doing so, bandwidth on demand will become a much needed reality.
Unlocking The Bandwidth Gap at the access network will unleash topological load in the core of the network that far outweighs the offered load generated by network users", commented David Prior, practice director of e-services and Infrastructure at The Phillips Group and the report author.
But the delay in arriving will remain if The Bandwidth Gap is not addressed and closed.
The lack of transparency in bandwidth pricing - often blamed for the sharp decline in prices - will be explored by Dr Lucy Firth of the International Telecommunications Union, to understand what institutional, structural and technological changes are required to facilitate transparency.
In assessing business plans of bandwidth builders, payback and financing the future roll out of the Internet, the seminar will include perspectives from Charles O'Neill, Exective Director at Global Crossing, and FX de Mallmann, Vice President of Communications, Media and Technology at Goldman Sachs.