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AcronymDefinition
MbpsMegabits Per Second
MbpsMillion Bits Per Second
MBpsMegabytes Per Second
MBPSManaged Business Process Services (IBM Corp.)
MBPSModified Bulk Pedigree Selection
MBPSMeasurement-Based Priority Scheme
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Offering throughput speeds of up to 100 Mbps both downstream and upstream, this high-end gateway is designed for ultra-broadband VDSL2 delivery to multiple dwelling units or to single-family homes in environments where providers are laying fiber to the curb with VDSL to the house.
MPEG-4 decode - Advanced Simple Profile @ D1, 6 mbps, 30fps
The greater bandwidth of Charter's 10 mbps service will make home networks more responsive to multiple users, it will enable online gamers to host multi-player games and chat with other gamers during play, and it will decrease the time needed to download music and movies.
An enhanced broadcast quality at a bitrate of 6 Mbps - targeting applications such as terrestrial digital TV.
Our bundles include internet access at speeds up to 20 Mbps, basic cable, and local phone service and the flexibility to complete their package according to their needs for services like digital and premium video service, HD and DVR, and unlimited phone options.
Currently, T-2 is the only provider of VDSL technology in Slovenia that offers download speeds up to 50 Mbps with bursting up to 100 Mbps, and upload speeds of 20 Mbps with bursting up to 50 Mbps.
Actiontec Electronics today announced the market's first family of powerline networking solutions to support throughput speeds of 85 Mbps, enabling consumers to utilize standard electrical outlets to build home networks capable of handling newer high-bandwidth multimedia applications such as IPTV.
Capable of connecting separate networks for up to 125 miles with performance of up to 150 Mbps aggregate user throughput and fully WiMAX compatible, the OS-Spectra Lite has been specifically designed to address the high-bandwidth networking requirements of both telecommunications backhaul as well as applications for large enterprises, including those used in healthcare, education and government industries.