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PIPE, Eng. laid. The name of a roll in the exchequer otherwise called the Great Roll. A measure containing two hogsheads; one hundred and twenty-six gallons is also called a pipe.

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While a fat pipe may support traffic in the gigabit range, the traffic has to be converted into multiple VC-4 channels to be transported through the network infrastructure.
announces immediate availability of the BA-4000 broadband aggregator, a bandwidth aggregator which load balances multiple ISP connections into one fat pipe with automatic failover.
Home- and office-based video streaming is coming, and that data needs a fat pipe in both directions.
This effectively means we can trunk individual 10 Gbps ports to make one fat pipe of up to 160 Gbps in one box.
Testing solutions from Riverbed, Fat Pipe and Expand Networks, according to Logan Expand clearly demonstrated superior acceleration against the other solutions.
The V1121's programmability, supported by AdvancedIO's expressXG[TM] FPGA framework, enables the integration of application and pre-processing functionality directly into the 10GbE fat pipe.
The powerline solution is fast, easy-to-use and will add a fat pipe for streaming multimedia video into homes.