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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 this situation, monitoring the usage rate of the network bandwidth may make it possible to detect a worm's propagation because network bandwidth is one of limited resources of the Internet and can be a sensitive factor in determining whether or not something wrong is occurring.
This allows Diamond to dynamically adapt to different hardware configurations and network bandwidths in a manner that is completely transparent to applications.
When customers transform processes, such as purchasing MIPS--million instructions per second--storage or network bandwidth, from a step function to a variable cost basis--in other words, paying only for what they use and receiving the capacity at the moment of value when needed--that's where grid or utility computing really can play a role," said Pieroni.
Ipswitch recently conducted an online poll of IT administrators asking how much network bandwidth they anticipated their company losing to Cyber Monday shopping.
The transfer of snapshot copies to a remote location can be scheduled and prioritized to optimize available network bandwidth.
For businesses seeking to improve their data availability while at the same time controlling costs by using existing hardware, software and network bandwidth, remote tape backup over IP makes perfect sense.
In theory, SAN is simple to describe--a dedicated highspeed network, separate from general network bandwidth, used to move information between the users and the storage resource.
5 include faster data throughput via new algorithms that more intelligently utilize network bandwidth, even in highly latent environments, for distance migrations and data protection.
Forward-looking statements in this press release include that its alliance with China Tie Tong will allow it to rapidly deploy its VoIP products and services; all of the established telecommunication providers in China are actively pursuing VoIP technology as a means to generate further growth; and our cooperative venture with Tie Tong not only allows us to expand throughout the country, but may bring to our Company many other advantages such as accessing the network server, network bandwidth and telephone numbers as well as provide the Company with additional sales channels for its NP Soft Switch system.
264, a low-bit rate advanced video codec for SD and HD quality video, enabling operators to provide revenue-generating services by maximizing the efficient use of network bandwidth.
Project video server and client network bandwidth requirements easily and maintain on-demand servers in an eloquent way.

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