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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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Google announced two things recently to achieve Internet superspeeds using the same broadband pipes that are in use at present.
Maybe we should be looking to create our own successful brands here in Wales, like Fireman Sam or SuperTed, so that we're not just laying down the broadband pipes around Wales, but also creating something distinctly Welsh to deliver to people.
Software-based solutions are quickly swamped by the volume of users and data that broadband pipes can bring in.
The traffic management and QoS systems from Allot apply DPI technology to transform broadband pipes into smart networks and create the control and visibility required to ensure optimum network function and manage triple play.
Easynet, which currently has 27,000 customers - more than half in the UK - aims to become a leading supplier of high-speed Internet connections to small and medium-sized businesses using digital subscriber line technology, which transforms ordinary copper telephone lines into broadband pipes.
3 million broadband connections in South Korea were a result of fierce competition between providers of cable internet and DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), a technology for turning ordinary telephone line into broadband pipes.
Allot's rich portfolio of hardware platforms and software applications utilizes deep packet inspection (DPI) technology to transform broadband pipes into smart networks that can rapidly and efficiently deploy value added Internet services.
Making this transition from commodity broadband pipes to highly functional services and applications-driven broadband services is critical for their business plans.

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