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For scientific teams with smaller data pipes who work in a single metropolitan area or who have limited ability to open UDP ports in corporate firewalls, PDP provides an even simpler way to share data.
"With its established reach in many of the asset managers that we already work with, we are excited about the partnership as it enables our clients to receive EDI specific content as part of a consolidated data pipe," said Kumar Metlapalli, founder and CEO of Kuberre Systems.
Telcos have to diversify their offerings and, instead of being a "pure data pipe", leverage their existing service capabilities to add value that is greater than just data connectivity.
But when it's constantly feeding images through the same data pipe as everything else in a big credit union's network, it certainly can.
Voice, video and the Internet are all available through the data pipe that you provide.
Central to this realignment the establishment of a global vehicle development process and the creation of a robust IT data pipe that gives GM's engineering staff a common set of tools that are shared in real time.
This allows the telcos to stop paying all that reciprocal compensation stuff because they would terminate the call and provide a data pipe to the ISP so the ISP wouldn't have the modems.
The use of standard data formats between nodes of the system allows the data pipe between process nodes to be component agnostic and eliminates the need for development of data translation infrastructure.