TBPS


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TBPSTera Bits per Second
TBPSThatcher Brook Primary School (Vermont)
TBPSTerabyte per Second
TBPSTera-Bits Per Second
TBPSThunder Bay Police Service (Ontario, Canada; est. 1970)
TBPSTop Bet Placement Services (UK)
TBPSTotal Behavior Problem Score (psychology)
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Using this prototype circuit, they succeeded in an experiment to simultaneously convert optical polarization division multiplexed optical signals exceeding 1 Tbps. This represents the world's first successful implementation of a simultaneous wavelength conversion capability that functions without any restrictions on the wavelength of the optical signals input or the modulation format.
For Orange, the objective was to demonstrate that the fiber infrastructure of its operational network is able to carry data rates of tens of Tbps over distances of several hundred kilometers.
With a potential capacity of 5.12 Tbps made possible by the new 40 Gbps technology, ACE will be able to evolve with new technological developments using regular upgrades.
In Middle East and Africa, busy hour Internet traffic will reach 17 Tbps in 2015, the equivalent of 13,890,000 people streaming Internet HD video simultaneously
Its potential speed of 1.28 terabits per second (Tbps)--of which 100 gigabits per second (Gbps) is currently being used--is more than enough capacity to make available high-definition television, and TV that uses the Internet to reach users, while still keeping up with demand from business and home users.
Through the deployment of state-of-the-art submarine cable technology, the five fibre pair Unity cable system is designed to deliver up to 4.8 Terabits per second (Tbps) of bandwidth across the Pacific, with each fibre pair having a capacity of up to 960 Gigabits per second (Gbps).
*AaUnmatched Scale:Aa With a proven multi-chassis architecture, the Cisco CRS-3 can deliver up to 322 tbps of capacity, more than tripling the 92 tbps capacity of the Cisco CRS-1 and representing more than 12 times the capacity of any other core router in the industry.
"As a result, the cables will increase Africa's total international bandwidth from about 6 Tbps to as much as 34 Tbps and will reduce the number of coastal countries without any cable access from 19 to one," she adds.
<p>The 4,300-kilometer cable system will have an initial transmission capacity of 40 Gbps with upgrades possible to 1.92 Tbps, NEC said.
Key features of the C-Series Switches include: up to 384 line-rate 10/100/1000Base-T ports with full 15.4W Class 3 PoE support in a 13-RU chassis; up to 64 line-rate 10 GbE ports with pluggable XFP modules; intelligent power management with full 15.4W PoE (IEEE 802.3af) support across all ports; 5-microsecond switching latency under full load for 64 byte frames; and, switch fabric capacity of up to 1.53 Tbps and up to 952 Mpps L2/L3 packet forwarding capacity.
For varnished or lacquered wood, mix 30ml (2 tbps) of olive oil with 15ml of white vinegar and 1 litre of water in a spray bottle.