concurrent line

concurrent line

[kən′kər·ənt ‚līn]
(mapping)
A line on a map or chart passing through places having the same current hour.
(mathematics)
One of two or more lines that have a point in common.
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LinkProof Branch delivers concurrent line usage and optimized content routing across all Internet links, increasing bandwidth utilization to accelerate the performance of distributed applications and scale branch office communication capacities.
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the first company to deliver personal telepresence, today announced it has virtualized the first video conferencing infrastructure and delivered an HD video conference on over 100 concurrent lines.