data pipe


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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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For instance, the cost of bandwidth drops on a per-Mbps rate if one buys a larger data pipe, but only because of the efficiencies in the telecom and multisystem operator (MSO) networks.
Our objective is to keep enhancing the data pipe as more usage of applications will benefit us.
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.
SUMO (Service Usage Monitor Overview) delivers a unique view of the consumption and quality of the "data pipe," delivering valuable insight that was previously unavailable to the service provider.
feeding images through the same data pipe as everything else
Everest.) At one end of the data pipe are mobile platforms (laptops, iPads, and other tablet computers) and smart phones (such as Androids, BlackBerries, Droids, iPhones, and Windows phones).