concurrent operation


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Noun1.concurrent operation - two or more operations performed at the same time (or within a give interval)
operation - (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction); "it can perform millions of operations per second"
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Unlike other Web switches, Nortel Networks Alteon Web switches are based on a distributed network-processing architecture that enables the concurrent operation of multiple traffic management services without the threat of performance degradation.
A dedicated Bluetooth antenna enables concurrent operation of Bluetooth and WLAN applications and employs advanced coexistence algorithms to maximize voice quality and data access speed in simultaneous operation.
RADX entered the test and measurement market with the introduction of the LibertyGT COTS Software Defined Synthetic Instrument (SDSI) product line that synthesizes a wide range of instruments while enabling concurrent operation for high throughput to address key end-user demands.
The technology has saved the television industry millions of dollars by allowing concurrent operation of digital and analog systems without deploying new antennas and towers.
0, VDSL2 and xPON access technologies and supports concurrent operation of 802.
At compounds located a short distance from the barricaded militants, a combined force conducted a concurrent operation.
Multiple injection units are individually selectable and controllable, and the machine's control system can manage concurrent operation of all the hardware in a complete manufacturing cell.
This model also hampers the concurrent operation of multiple security infrastructures--for example, it is not easy to simultaneously enable an application to authenticate using a digital certificate and a password.
Concurrent operation of networking applications such as VoIP, HD videoconferencing, email, internet, messaging, and very large file transfers.
It offers key features, such as MPEG-4 video playback; concurrent operation of timeshifting (pause, rewind and fast-forward of live television) while archiving programs from hard disk to DVD; and faster-than-real-time copy, transcode, and transrate operations between HDD and DVD discs.
The concurrent operation of different radios inside a tightly spaced handset poses unprecedented challenges to RF designs that need to meet uncompromised performances at an ever-decreasing Bill of Materials (BOM) cost.
Integrated engines and algorithms for full concurrent operation and co-existence, including industry-leading throughput during LTE transmission

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