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(communications)
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bps

(Bits Per Second) The measurement of the speed of data transfer in a communications system.
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In an interview this week, on the sidelines of intensive rehearsals for this year's celebrations, BPS public relations officer Assistant Commissioner Dipheko Motube said police day had become a key event in the BPS calendar as it celebrated and marked key milestones.
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As part of the agreement, BPS will spearhead the task of recruiting and on-boarding cloud service providers (CSPs) and providing flexible and bespoke business models for these partners to offer on-demand solutions to their customers.
BPS has the same structure, except its rings are linked by a sulfur atom attached to two oxygen atoms.
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