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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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.
With the addition of concurrent lines and the Incagirl children's line, the company is seeing enormous account growth as well as increased potential revenue.