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offload

[′ȯf‚lōd]
(computer science)
To transfer operations from one computer to another, usually from a large computer to a smaller one.

offload

(1) To transfer data from one device to another; for example, to move a video from a camcorder to a computer. See also upload and download.

(2) To transfer an executable function from one computing device to another; for example, to move a firewall from the computer to the network router.
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The solution also provides different options for transmitting the recorded content: whether in 3G, 4G or wi-fi network, the offload can be performed either at once at once or over the course of of several partial offload procedures, thus making it possible to improve the operational efficiency of the on-board surveillance system.
To learn more about ADTRAN's mobile offload solution, please visit us at stand F24 in Hall 11 on the Broadband World Forum show floor.
It has become synonymous with Wi-Fi service management and Wi-Fi offload in large-scale deployments with 100+ operators in more than 70 countries, and is a critical component of Wi-Fi calling.
With the combined efficiencies of Chelsio's iWARP RDMA and NVGRE offload, customers can fully realize the benefits of the new Microsoft CPS platform to consolidate their servers, reduce power consumption, while maintaining the performance levels their applications require.
The APEX 2800 PCoIP server offload card is compatible with all PCoIP zero clients and VMware View[TM] software clients.
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The new Clientless Interworking solution helps to overcome existing challenges to service provider offload by delivering unique Wi-Fi offload capabilities, not available in alternative offerings.
Aptilo will discuss these solutions at the Wi-Fi Offload Summit (http://www.
The mere availability of alternate technologies does not facilitate uptake of data offload.
The APEX 2800 server offload card will also be on display in the Dell booth #901.
The workbook contains all global and regional data from the Mobile Data Offload & Onload report plus seven country level splits and additional data points, including: 140 tables, containing nearly 15,000 data points and 25 What-If-Analyses; Total Data Usage ~ Split by Fixed & Mobile Devices; Total Mobile Data Traffic via Cellular Network; Total Mobile Data Traffic Offloaded and Onloaded; Data Offloaded via Small Cells & WiFi.
Mobile Cellular Network Selection from Wireless LAN (patent number 7,650,428) is fundamental to Wi-Fi data offload as it enables wireless subscribers to select from multiple Mobile Network Operators (MNO's) when connecting to public Wi-Fi hotspots such as hotels, airports or coffee shops.