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Manufacturers of desktop disk drives moving their product lines up the performance curve to 7500 rpm and 700 megabits/sec
(Mb/s) can now take advantage of the top system performance offered by preamplifiers from Texas Instruments (TI) Incorporated (NYSE: TXN).
Communication within the Rack is by 20-MHz VME-Bus at 15 megabits/sec
or greater and advanced video codecs delivering good quality video at 500kbits/s, each one of these households is broadband video-enabled.
Processing content on-board at hundreds of megabits/sec
Front-end hardware can acquire 8 PCM telemetry data streams with a maximum data rate of 20 megabits/sec
Telia International Carrier is to provide network capacity with speeds ranging from 34 Megabits/sec
to 10 Gigabits/sec.
With Throughput of 43 Megabits/Sec
On Standard 1-GHz PC
using new Universal Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (UADSL) modem technology in 1999; -- and 24-hour, seven-day-a-week technical support.
The ESS-2000 supports up to 32 simultaneous, full-duplex connections, delivering 800 megabits/sec
transmit and 800 megabits/sec
receive for a total bandwidth of 25.