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n. street slang for methamphetamine, a drug in a chrystaline form which supposedly stimulates the senses, is popular with some illicit drug users, and is addictive. It smells bad, has serious unhealthy side effects, and its possession, use and sale without a prescription are all crimes. (See: narcotics, controlled substance)

See: dispatch, expedite, haste, hasten, help, organize, precipitate, promote, race
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0 Gb/sec in each direction), that provide scalable bandwidth up to 128 Gb/sec (12.
The best way for an organization to determine effective bandwidth is to test the throughput from a client computer to the server.
BoD will have a large effect on how companies approach issues of bandwidth, allowing them to hedge against future usage and future payment.
Other applications on the Internet eat up more bandwidth faster, but none are utilized with such high frequency.
Determines which ports utilize the most bandwidth by IP address enabling customer to make adjustments
In high bit-error-rate (BER) scenarios this will cause large amounts of bandwidth to be wasted in resending data that has already been successfully received, all with the long latency time of the path.
So, despite dramatically lower costs for bandwidth and storage, the demand for these resources will continue to exceed the ability of organizations to satisfy it within limited budgets.
Founded in 1999, Bandwidth is a complete nationwide communications provider offering businesses advanced Internet, Network and VoIP services including SIP Trunking and enterprise-level voice solutions.
These standards allow for aggregation of the bandwidth from multiple T1 or fractional T1 lines.
Gagnon, General Manager of Bandwidth Semiconductor, LLC, said, "This is a big opportunity for us.
Total Bandwidth Services Commercial Market Value: Internet Radio and Streaming Video 2005
Under the terms of the partnership announced at the Spring 2006 VON Conference last week, Bandwidth.