access technology

access technology

The methods for gaining access to a computer system or network such as dial-up modem, cable modem, DSL, satellite and wireless. See access network.
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This will contribute to the swift realization of a commercial 5G network, offering communication speeds that significantly exceed those of existing LTE and LTE-Advanced radio access technology.
AirPHY can be combined with any broadband access technology in an outdoor unit (ODU) attached to the home.
Via ASP ACCESS Technology, the Bl results are automatically correlated to cycle records of STERRAD 100NX ALLCIear Technology and STERRAD NX ALLCIear Technology, as well as to the instrument tracking systems (ITS) and hospital networks.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 15, 2015-Alcatel-Lucent's G.fast ultra-broadband access technology deployed by Chunghwa Telcom in Taiwan
20 January 2015 - US-based payphone services TA Associates has signed a definitive agreement to acquire a majority interest in UK-based business management software company Access Technology Group (Access), the company said.
The heart access technology comprises a number of instruments that allow quick, user friendly and easy trans-thoracic access to the heart, directly into the left atrium, ensuring a minimally invasive approach to deliver numerous existing therapeutic devices.
The extended DigitalRoute/Symsoft solution delivers increased value particularly in legacy network environments where it providers an intelligent approach to controlling services irrespective of the underlying access technology.
In the small cell backhaul market report, MarketsandMarkets segments the market on the basis of access technology generation, transmission medium, backhaul technology, services, and regions.
Advances in technology are nothing new, particularly to those in the field of access technology. Technical exchanges involving the benefits of multi-core/gigahertz CPUs, the type of RAM required, video display chain management, or the installation order of text-to-speech voices are part of our everyday lexicon.
The second most popular access technology was EV-DO with 947,914 internet users versus 902,618 in the prior month, followed by Wimax with 590,936 internet users, but this number was down from 597,76 in March.
Chapters include "Distance Education and Library Services," "Copyright," "Technology for Remote Access," "Mobile Technologies," "Remote Access Technology Problems," and "Social Networks and Web 2.0 Tools."