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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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This has the advantage of decreasing unnecessary changes of video quality in long-term network bandwidth variation.
A portion of network bandwidth can be reserved for VoIP calls.
The latest version of PKZIP helps organizations address the mounting pressures to cost-effectively manage corporate data, while maximizing existing network bandwidth and storage capacity, enabling users and IT organizations to quickly and easily address key information management concerns.
The phenomenon, in which companies are billed only for the processing power, software applications and network bandwidth they actually use, is spreading among insurers, attracting some with the convenience and cost savings it provides.
Let's increase utilization of our servers, improve utilization of the network bandwidth, and eliminate shelfware."
P4P uses caching technology to help offshore and offsite software developers tackle the challenges posed by restricted or expensive network bandwidth. With P4P, remote users experience significantly quicker response times when downloading versions of files that have already been requested by other remote users.
This enables real-time compensation for changes in network bandwidth for individual subscribers by smart switching between video qualities at any point in the stream.
It preserves a snapshot of a server on a user's system, and because of data compression technology, snapshots can be captured and stored on the corporate server quickly and automatically over any network or remote connection, protecting every networked and remote user or server while consuming little network bandwidth or storage.
The FriendlyNET FS5016 from Asante Technologies is a 16-port switch with a dedicated network bandwidth of 100 Mbps per port, or 200 Mbps in full duplex mode.
(Nasdaq:ASNT.OB) has unveiled FriendlyNET FS5016, a 16-port switch with dedicated network bandwidth of 100 Mbps per port, or 200 Mbps in full duplex mode.
Medical imaginings requirements include high availability, security, platform independence, high network bandwidth, compression technology, distributed caching, and low cost, long-term storage space.
The software, which falls within the networking giant's CiscoAssure product line, will allow customers to dedicate network bandwidth to certain PeopleSoft applications that will then have priority over other applications.

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