dedicated line

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liaison spécialisée

dedicated line

n (Telec, Comput) → Standleitung f
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As enterprises seek out cloud services in even larger numbers, providing leased line services for the B2B segment will be a new source of growth for telecom carriers.
Speaking of this unique mix of challenges and opportunities, Huawei Rotating CEO Eric Xu emphasized that "Huawei is committed to working with carriers to build compelling leased line services for the B2B segment, to navigate the challenges and to seize the opportunities from increasing adoption of cloud services.
It said consumer mobile and broadband operators, which use the leased lines to transfer data on their networks, would also see savings which could be passed on to customers.
Wholesale Leased Line provides UK wide network coverage, high-quality leased line services and a scalable solution for connecting all site types from small branch sites to larger data centres.
The leased line system offers a permanent connection to the Internet at speeds from 64Kb/s to 2Mb/s and Netopia's R5100 serial router which is upgradeable to xDSL and cable.
And if the leased line were down for any period of time and databases could not be replicated, it could take another two days to recover from the backlog after the line was up again.
In Germany the cost of telecommunications services such as high-speed leased lines is five times as high as in the United States and twice as high as in Britain.
The UK telecommunications regulator Oftel has ordered BT to provide a wholesale leased line product to other operators.
The lines are usually owned by traditional telecommunications operators but new entrants have developed their own networks, often linking to their customers with a leased line part-circuit.
The backbone network is located at its headquarters in Shunde, Guangdong Province is connected via leased lines with more 60 manufacturing facilities, subsidiaries, and regional offices.
The Commission also recommends that contracts should include financial penalties - an amount for each day's delay in the delivery of a leased line - where deadlines are not met.
Teknovus continues to win FTTH initiatives supporting advanced broadband services including premium video such as IPTV, high-speed data, and VoIP, as well as legacy services covering cell site backhaul, leased line data and TDM voice.