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it offers a fixed-interest account, an annual point-to-point index account, and a capped two-year index point-to-point account.
Serial bus architectures also support a network of dedicated point-to-point device connections--versus the multi-drop architectures of parallel buses--to deliver full bandwidth to each device, eliminate the need for bus arbitration, reduce latency and greatly simplify hot-plug and hot-swap system implementations.
She's a very genuine, honest horse " When she did point-to-point she jumped everything beautifully, but she just isn't fast.
As with SATA, Serial-Attached SCSI is a high-speed, point-to-point technology initially designed to operate at speeds up to 3Gbps.
Aperto's PacketMAX platform enables service providers to easily deploy, scale and offer broadband wireless services via point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Multinational Company to Use Mocana's Open Standards-Based Device Security Framework to Secure Remote Access and Management of Point-to-Point Digital Microwave Communication Devices
While the future of the point-to-point microwave industry has been pinned on the impending success of the mobile wireless market and third generation services, the traditional markets served by the microwave industry will also help lead to an estimated $3.
NEW YORK -- The need for more mobile backhaul due to bandwidth intensive audio and video services as well as increased usage in other traditional point-to-point microwave markets will benefit the microwave industry through the decade, a new Visant Strategies report finds.