bursty

bursty

Data that is transferred or transmitted in short, uneven spurts. LAN traffic is typically bursty. Contrast with streaming data.
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ECI's LightCONNECT app provides bandwidth on demand for dynamic services and bursty applications.
They seem to represent bursty traffic in abnormal operations.
A bursty system does not send information in a slow and steady drip.
lt;p>The high throughput and bursty traffic patterns of storage, video, market data feeds and Web 2.
Net Insight will deliver equipment for use in the digital terrestrial television network backbone, where it will further facilitate the transport of mission-critical TV contribution and distribution streams, bursty IP traffic and telephony, Net Insight said.
At this point, it may be useful to consider whether the priority transactions are bursty in nature.
The appliance exposes potential Web failures and performance bottlenecks by testing huge numbers of concurrent TCP/IP connections, each appearing to come from a different IP address, network latencies associated with different user connection speeds, HTTP cancellations, resets, long connections, dropped packets and bursty traffic.
Using their software-defined radio (SDR) development approach, RadioScape has extended the capabilities of Simulink, enabling it to handle bursty data (variable sized data), a vital functionality for 3G simulation.
Taking the form of shopping agents, dynamic search engines and so on, these applications will generate bursty, high-volume traffic very different in character from voice.
The opening sequence of Goode's I Dreamt I Should Not Reach Higher Than This featured Li in Jackie O attire rapidly repeating bursty, slappy, churning, chugging phrases against an aggressive drum solo.
Bursty Internet traffic can be supported on one stream while a dedicated 64 Kbps voice channel is dynamically assigned to another stream when the phone is in use.