data transfer service

data transfer service

An IT service which the NHS has billed as a tactical solution to allow secure application-to-application messaging in the UK. It is used for GPLinks and Pathology messaging. It requires an N3 connection and is limited to use by NHS staff.
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The host-to-host setup is an automated, two-way data transfer service for high volume online banking use.
Getting the wireless data transfer service to communicate with the LAN line required configuring the software and modem settings for different transfer rates.
Its main task is to manage the Data Transfer Service of the UK competitive electricity market and increasing parts of the gas market.
There the device or disk will be physically connected into a custom, dedicated Media Data Transfer Service server.
According to EDS its Data Transfer Service will provide an efficient and cost effective line of communication between organisations, allowing customers to switch electricity suppliers with ease.
Instead, we focus on providing our clients with highly trained teams of frontline consultants backed up by a host of experts in everything from electronic trading to data transfer services.
His expertise in complex Data Transfer Service (DTS) packages for data transfer within complex point-of-sale (POS) systems will be utilized for numerous SCG client projects.
We automated our end-of-day processing using their Tradewinds data transfer service and structured reporting.
It offers fixed line services, data transfer services, and now mobile services, while the three other companies do not offer fixed line services until now.
Simultaneously, the company also provides wireless data transfer services, builds and maintains radio and TV networks and leases out equipment and broadcasting capacity.
According to the analysis of the Agency for Electronic Communications, Macedonian citizens pay five times higher rates for mobile telephony while abroad and as much as 30 times higher rates for the Internet and data transfer services than the citizens of the EU.
The wireless network has the capacity to provide voice and data transfer services for all passengers in the subway, which currently transports an average of 450,000 people a day.