transfer time

transfer time

The time it takes to transmit or move data from one place to another. It is the time interval between starting the transfer and the completion of the transfer.
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It dramatically reduces large data transfer time and provides instant data access.
PTV software will also be used to calculate Estimated Time of Arrivals (ETA) of public transport services at stops, as well as transfer alerts on stops where transfer time exceeds given threshold, due to delays, said the statement.
He said Mobily's customers will receive many benefits, such as reduced data transfer time, dedicated vertical network solutions and optimal distribution of the network's core capabilities.
15 MINUTES TRANSFER TIME BETWEEN HEATHROW AND GATWICK HS4AIR IS BUILT, ALLOWING THE TWO AIRPORTS TO SHARE OPERATIONS
It is normal during the transfer time that there are many rumours,"Rummenigge told broadcaster NITRO.
"Being able to minimise the transfer time to hospital means we can get to work treating them more quickly and, as a result, get better outcomes for patients."
Besides, the transfer time usually reaches to 1~2 orbit periods; therefore, the fuel consumption approaches to 2 kg approximately during orbital transfer.
Nice Cote d'Azur secured the position of the most convenient airport in Europe, with a five minute transfer time costing just PS1.59.
The transfer time in airports can sometimes be laborious, but with Qatar Airways it means you get to enjoy the business class lounge at Hamad Airport, and it's simply beautiful.
Data on demographics, the birth history, transfer time and transfer distance were collected.