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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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Fourteen percent of unique IP addresses globally connected to Akamai at average connection speeds of 15 Mbps or above, up from 12% in the fourth quarter.
This adds MPEG-4 encode - Advanced Simple Profile @ D1, 6 mbps, 30 fps - to the decoders available for the Diamond 385VDO.
It has been expressly designed for customers that only require 150 Mbps and have limited budget resources.
When combined with a home telephone or television package, the 10 Mbps service is $49.
Ikanos is once again demonstrating its leadership by being the first to market with chipset solutions that provide symmetric 100 Mbps bandwidth over copper," said Rajesh Vashist, president and CEO at Ikanos.
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.
The same quality level at a lower bitrate of 4 Mbps - designed specifically for applications such as video over ADSL.
The NX-5500 supports a full 50 Mbps of WAN capacity with 2 TB of locally encrypted Network Memory(TM), delivering the company's full suite of acceleration features in a platform specifically designed to meet the scalability requirements of mid-sized data centers.
The PacketShaper 1700 is a 1U rack-mountable appliance that supports a class capacity of 512, compressed throughput of 20 Mbps and link speeds ranging from 512 Kbps to 45 Mbps.