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broadband

A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
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The speed of residential broadband connections in the US continues to increase.
It's good for the end-user and it's good for the operator, because it uses the customer's own broadband connection to backhaul the traffic to the core network.
We are very pleased to celebrate America by offering our American flag in High Definition, for free, to everyone with a broadband connection to download and display in their homes," said Bruce Worrall, President and Chief Operating Officer of GalleryPlayer.
The broadband market in Russia is resplendent with endless lucrative opportunities for investors, as the demand for broadband connections far exceeds the number of connections that can be made available.
The service is available to anyone with a broadband connection including new broadband customers, as well as existing Primus customers.
These organisations will benefit from centralized, shared services delivered over symmetrical broadband connections of up to 2 gigabit per second, which is more than 100 times faster than typical asynchronous digital subscriber line (ADSL) connections.
It transports voice signals over broadband connections via native SIP trunks to drive down recurring bandwidth charges.
Mobile Broadband Connections and Revenues Forecast: 2010-15
BT had around 200,000 broadband connections in August 2002, so the company has added another 14.
5 million broadband connections serving 110 million households.
s new report "Global Consumer and Enterprise Subscriber Forecasts for Dial-up, DSL, Cable Modem, and Other Broadband Access Technologies, 2009 - 2012: Consumer broadband connections to exceed 550 million in 2012" to their offering.

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