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This new technology aims at offering more intelligence than that of the traditional self-service and virtual channel applications; making interaction easier; and guiding the end user by means of a lifelike dialog.
At each node, TCs are assigned to a Virtual Channel (VC).
GPEX Configurable options include number of lanes (up to 16), number of virtual channels (up to 8), maximum payload size (up to 4K Bytes), and transmit retry/receive buffer size.
This need spurred NEC to develop its Virtual Channel architecture memory core technology, announced in November 1997, and in June 1998 the company launched its first 64Mb SDRAM utilizing the breakthrough.
Virtual paths and channels: Concepts of virtual path and virtual channel connections relationship between ATM virtual paths and channels and SDH transmission paths functions of ATM switches and cross-connects features of Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs) and Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs).
NYSE: SFA) announced today a software release that will enable more than five million deployed 8600x(TM) advanced analog set-top units to support the WorldGate Internet TV Over Cable service, add high-resolution Virtual Channel Graphics capability for advertising and branding and enable multiple levels of data through advanced scrambling technology -- all without a truck roll.
com), a leader in online performance marketing, today announced the launch of two innovative pre-planning tools for online marketing campaigns -- Interactive Targeting Map(TM) and Virtual Channel Designer(TM).
Scientific-Atlanta to demonstrate Virtual Channel Express Starter Pak in Scientific-Atlanta's Booth #2345 at the Western Cable Show in Anaheim December 1-4 -- ATLANTA, Nov.