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data pipe

A communications channel (line, wire, etc.) that is used to transmit data rather than voice. See pipe and communications channel.
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At PTCL we are focused on increasing our visibility by making investment in enhancing infrastructure, our data pipes are going everywhere; this will provide more connectivity, leading to more business opportunities and accountability and productivity.
For netting to work, one data pipe had to deliver all of the detailed payment information directly to the client bank's funds transfer system.
But when it's constantly feeding images through the same data pipe as everything else in a big credit union's network, it certainly can.
Voice, video and the Internet are all available through the data pipe that you provide.
Ethernet high-speed data pipe," said Steve Zivanic, a QLogic spokesman.
3 Mb/s (262 kb/200 ms), regardless of the size of the data pipe connecting them.
Central to this realignment the establishment of a global vehicle development process and the creation of a robust IT data pipe that gives GM's engineering staff a common set of tools that are shared in real time.