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data transfer

[′dad·ə ′tranz·fər]
(computer science)
The technique used by the hardware manufacturer to transmit data from computer to storage device or from storage device to computer; usually under specialized program control.

data transfer

(1) Copying data from a storage device to memory.

(2) Copying data from one computer to another. When a network is used, data are technically "transmitted" over the network, rather than transferred; however, the terms transfer and transmit are used synonymously.
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As per the media release, the challenging part was bumping up the data transfer speed to such an extent that they were operating close to the Shannon Limit.
The data transfer speed will be about 40 gigabits per second in regions and up to 10 gigabits per second in districts.
"Portability and interoperability are central to innovation," reads the Data Transfer Project mission statement.
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This will support the kingdom's capabilities in transferring high capacities internationally, and to be an international link point for data transfer between Europe and the Far-East, said a statement from the company.
While switching between the Huawei Brand smart phones, Huawei Phone Clone provides a comprehensive data transfer options including (but not limited to,) Contacts, Messages, Photos, Music, Video, Applications, a wide range of Calendar apps and other application data.
For 15 years, Safe Harbour allowed more than 4,000 companies to avoid cumbersome EU data transfer rules by stating that they complied with EU data protection law.
Consider model contract clauses:Model contract clauses (or Standard Contractual Terms) are EU-approved contractualprovisions that govern data transfer between data controllers and/or processors.
The system deployed is comprised of several Qualcomm[R] Snapdragon(TM) 805 processors with Qualcomm[R] VIVE(TM) 802.11ac Wi-Fi, along with multiple access points, one in the pit lane and one in the garage, to improve the speed of connectivity and data transfer. Qualcomm Technologies will continue to advance this solution throughout the 2016 race season and beyond, with potential system architecture changes and planned migration to 802.11ad Wi-Fi solutions over 60 GHz spectrum to bring further improvements to the speed and efficiency of data transfer.
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Faster data transfer (230 kbps@150 kHz) for long range, low latency connection is also introduced with this release.