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BY-Intercept (from the equation y = mx + b)
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BBiocide
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BPanamanian Balboa (national currency)
BBombadier
BSemipostal (philatelic catalog prefix for non-standard stamps)
BButut (1/100 division of the dalasi, the Gambian currency)
BBarnabites (religious order)
BMagnetic Field Density (physics)
BBetopic (same as Betaxolol)
BBanknote Corporation of America (philatelic mark for company stamps)
BB computer language (Ken Thompson; predecessor to C)
BBone Marrow-Derived Lymphocyte
Bcross-over barrier pattern (US DoD)
BFederal Reserve Bank of New York City (designates original spot of circulation of a bill)
BBordetella Bacterium
BSwitzerland Postmark (for letters going to Sardinia)
BUS Domestic Stamp Rate (18 cents, issued 15 May 1981)
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PCI Express (PCIe), a new serial host bus architecture, is designed to address a wide range of current and future system interconnect requirements by delivering the flexibility, scalability and performance bandwidth needed to support upcoming technologies like 10 Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) and SAS.
However, most organizations are surprised to find that their effective bandwidth is much less than the stated bandwidth, for several reasons.
As rates for international bandwidth are in a constant state of flux, cost conscious buyers -- such as ISPs, small carriers, and corporates now have the ability to buy on a spot market without having to enter into long-term contracts with bandwidth suppliers.
DSL will be the vehicle that provides the ability to get residential access to larger bandwidth applications.
Provides proactive notification to customers if trending indicates that they will exceed their pre-allocated bandwidth amount.
Either case means an incredibly large amount of "dead air" and very inefficient bandwidth utilization.
For the next year, and likely for much longer, there's little money for organizations to buy their way out of the bandwidth and storage problem.
Godard Abel, CEO of BigMachines, stated, "We are delighted that Bandwidth.
Load balancing is another method by which routers exchange traffic along two parallel paths, but while this works for two T1 lines, it doesn't easily scale to higher bandwidth levels.
Don Klein, Executive Vice President/Business Development for Principia, said, "After evaluating a number of potential suppliers we chose Bandwidth because of their broad range of MOCVD and compound semiconductor device experience.
Web surfing, IP phones, wireless handhelds, streaming video, remotely hosted applications, and other creative uses of the network are resulting in bandwidth challenges for many organizations.
Streaming Media Bandwidth Services Market Size and Growth Profile: 2005 vs.