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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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These scientific teams often have large data pipes available to them through international research and education networks, but their geographic separation makes FTP file transfers impractical.
The advent of DSL service gives residences and small to midsized businesses access to a data pipe that is often comparable to a T1, but without integrating voice and data.
It allows users to easily turn their phones into mobile hotspots, providing the ability to share files from device to device or use another device's 3G data pipe.
With its established reach in many of the asset managers that we already work with, we are excited about the partnership as it enables our clients to receive EDI specific content as part of a consolidated data pipe," said Kumar Metlapalli, founder and CEO of Kuberre Systems.
Thinking of access as a data pipe simplifies the equation right away.
0 brought us a 480 Mbps data pipe to the PC and proliferated digital photography, consumer video and portable storage.
Gill added, You actually also get at least 10Mb of fiber optic Ethernet, a data pipe to the internet included in the low cost per seat cost and the voice packets NEVER traverse the public internet and only go through CenturyLink state of the art MPLS core to guarantee QOS (Quality of Service) from end -point to end-point up to the publically switched telephone network (PSTN).
Furthermore, because iso-Ethernet's data pipe is completely independent of the video and voice channels, contention will never be an issue.