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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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A secure data pipe actively switches methods (modem, phone tether or Wi-Fi) to maintain a seamless connected experience to the Cloud.
Jeff Jury, Chief Operating Officer of iBiquity Digital said, "Honda is showing real leadership in bringing the benefits of the HD Radio digital data pipe to their vehicles.
Jeff Jury, Chief Operating Officer of iBiquity Digital, said, "Mazda is a great partner and we are pleased to announce that they have joined the growing list of automakers to recognize and use the HD Radio digital data pipe to deliver subscription-free traffic information to their new display audio system.
PCU20 and PCU25 systems support dual 1GbE interfaces which can be teamed for a higher performing 2GbE data pipe.
EXFO's new IQS-610P-HS-400G test solution not only fills the 400 Gbit/s data pipe, it provides the flexibility to configure up to four 100 Gbit/s client interfaces simultaneously with full traffic profiling, shaping and monitoring capabilities.
In addition to the local JISCC-to-JOC data pipe, the innovative SATPAK was capable of projecting Internet data connections with deployed teams up to 3 miles from the JISCC trailer, thereby increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of deployed troop assets.
A managed data pipe from Bermuda CellularOne to Clarity's secure data center in Naperville, Illinois (U.