bandwidth throttling


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bandwidth throttling

Adjusting the amount of bandwidth to or from a server. The term is often associated with ISPs that limit the speed to users based on the volume or type of traffic being transmitted.
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Bandwidth Throttling feature to mimic slower WAN links like RS232/DSL/Modem/T1/E1/T3/E3 etc
Bandwidth throttling, allowing users to control the amount of bandwidth the online data backup service consumes
Bandwidth throttling is nothing new - it's well known it happens in the broadband industry and BT are being relatively open about it.
The new appliance works in both physical and virtual settings and offers new virtual remote appliance features including integrated virtual infrastructure and bandwidth throttling for even easier deployment of systems at remote offices, as well as new packaged post deployment scripts that eliminate manual work.
Unlimited online backup capacity, which enables professionals to focus on their work without managing a data storage quota* Open and locked file support, enabling business professionals to back up information without having to shut down any programs or interrupt workflow* Bandwidth throttling, allowing users to control the amount of bandwidth the online data backup service consumes * Privately managed encryption option using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
They should have features that enable efficient bandwidth use, such as byte-level data transfer, bandwidth throttling, multi-streaming, and compression.
The enhancements include printer and IFS data compression, printing bandwidth throttling for much better application performance during large print jobs, upgraded printer driver management to accommodate a much wider range of printers and printer drivers specific to the operating system on the application server.
It includes 1 terabyte of internal storage, continuous motion detection, network bandwidth throttling, multiple displays for live viewing or playback while recording, and digital zoom on playback.