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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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While the development of a 100GbE standard is only recently underway, our world-class indium phosphide technology portfolio is fully capable of supporting one of the candidate technologies for implementing the next advance in Ethernet transmission speeds.
To ensure that its customers always enjoy the Internet speeds they need, Swisscom is increasing the transmission speeds for its infinity subscriptions.
Hampering this has been a data pipeline bottleneck created by the differences in computer and telecommunications transmission speeds.
Fuelled by rapid advancements in data communication technology, data transmission speeds are constantly rising and expect to touch the 10 Gbps figure in the medium run.
The service is asymmetrical, meaning uplink and downlink transmission speeds differ.
All HyShell packages support existing transmission speeds currently deployed in data transmission systems.
Asoka and other HomePlug members are currently developing technology for the next generation of transmission speeds over Powerline, and Asoka and BellSouth expect to offer BellSouth-branded powerline products with faster transmission speeds in the near future.
With a per unit range of up to 15 miles, and data transmission speeds in excess of 500 megabytes per second, XRF link provides high speed Internet access, voice, HDTV, and other data transmission at speeds 300 times faster than T-1 technology, making XRF one of the fastest commercially available technologies for communications and data transmission.
CopperTen provides a realistic path for supporting future protocols such as 10-Gigabit per second Ethernet transmission speeds over UTP copper.
Software-Based Managed Service More Than Doubles Network Transmission Speeds and Reduces Bandwidth Requirements without the Need for Capital Investment

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