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point-to-point

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a. a steeplechase organized by a recognized hunt or other body, usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
b. (as modifier): a point-to-point race

point-to-point

A communications path from one location to another (point A to point B). Contrast with multipoint.
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The gallops and jumps will also be used to train novice horses, and will come in handy for unsold youngsters bred at Girsonfield, which the stud breaks in and schools for point to point racing.
Point to Point faced logistical issues in delivering services to its multi-office customers and sought a solution that would allow them to quickly, accurately and cost efficiently provide customers with the broadband services needed to manage dispersed office locations.
Hitachi Kokusai's 24GHz unlicensed band Broadband Wireless Point to Point (P-P) system operates within the unlicensed radio frequency range of 24.
PROTEL operates in Mexico under various trade names and concessions, offering its customers basic local telephony, point to point microwave, point to multipoint broadband wireless data, and other value added services.
Integrating TEDI on an enterprise basis will enable Platinum to substantially reduce the amount of time, money and labor required to build and maintain interfaces as well as eliminate the risk associated with disparate point to point connections between multiple applications.
Support for 1Gb and 2Gb drives along with arbitrated loop and point to point host connections eases the problems of fabric integration and the built in hubs enable our partners to build very cost effective, resilient entry point SANs," said Jon Haley, Sales and Marketing Manager for storage at Xyratex.
As the benchmark numbers on our web site show, FioranoMQ continues to widen the performance gap in both publish/subscribe and point to point messaging models.
Adding the FibeAir product family to our point to point microwave radio portfolio will enable us to provide worldwide complete networking solutions.
Cernet plans on distributing Lucid's IPico family of Point to Point and Point to Multi Point products throughout Latin America via its large network of resellers and system integrators.
Thomas Cheatham, President and CEO of HeliOss added, "HeliOss is very honored to have been chosen by Worldwide Wireless Networks as their premier supplier of 23Ghz 155mbps point to point radio systems.
Once the infrastructure is in place, we will then be able to offer bandwidths of 11 to 25Mbs for conventional point to point and point to multipoint, business to business connections.
The WIN-129 system is the latest addition to the WinNet family of point to point microwave radio terminals currently available at the 23, 26 and 38GHz frequency bands.