fractional T1

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fractional T1

A service that provides less than full T1 capacity. Increments of 64 Kbps are provided.
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Designed for recreational exercisers, the FT1 is a basic training computer with a large digital display that allows users to manually set their target heart rate zones prior to their exercise session.
The FT2 combines all of the features in the FT1, plus automatic heart rate target zone functionality.
The FT1 and FT2 will be available in June 2010 through authorized Polar USA retail, specialty shops and fitness facilities and will also be available online.
FT1 delivers a compelling set of advantages to customers who need the quality, security, and performance of fiber-optic communications but whose applicatins can't cost-justify the use of a full T1 link.
FT1 lets you map bandwidth to specific needs, paying only for what you use, sometimes at huge savings over alternatives.
2-kb/s network with 14 nodes--five FT1 channels cost a fifth of a DS-1 circuit.
Another major advantage of FT1 is the ability it offers for fast, easy expansion of bandwidth to meet growth needs following initial installation of service.
The technical requirements for implementing basic FT1 service include:
It is worth noting that, in the case of FT1 dataset, the UserAvg imputation approach gives accurate (or comparable) results as compared to the other approaches.
Furthermore, in general, user-based CF performs better than the item-based CF in case of FT1, FT5, and SML dataset, whereas, item-based CF performs better than user-based CF in case of ML dataset.
394 in case of SML, ML, FT1, and FT5 datasets respectively.
The performance of the baseline approach is even worse for FT1 dataset.