slow spot

slow spot

n
(Electronics) an area where only a relatively slow broadband internet connection service is available
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Police said normally at this time of year, a person could walk across the river in that area but recent rains have made the normally shallow, slow spot much more dangerous.
In the physical markets, Chinese spot copper was trading at a discount to the ShFE front-month contract of up to 200 yuan, indicating slow spot demand.
No fireworks or fancy lighting required (partly due to four rather slow spot followers which made for some comedy moments with the guys who took it all very well), just incredible power, top-notch harmonies and crescendos to die for.
In Dolgellau, Fishguard, Cardigan, Kilgetty and Bala people said living in a broadband "slow spot" was holding their business back.
Wildlife advocates don't want the river so channeled with protective embankments that fish can't find a slow spot along the sides to take a breather.
Brightly told with bags of charm, Stuart Little is a sweetheart of a story that survives the odd slow spot and a rather soppy lesson about families, thanks to some characters who bring the tale a bit of bite.
"Our partners have the ability to control the number of local influencers claiming a discount on a day-by-day basis, allowing them to tailor their social media exposure to combat weekly, monthly and seasonal slow spots." Snapsaver provides a free service for partnering businesses, which receive curated social media exposure to drive new full paying customers through the door.
And frankly, there are few things more entertaining than listening to some seasoned radio play-by-play voice describe games, fill slow spots with insider stories, and hawk stuff for the team's sponsors between innings ("That's Menards, for all your home improvement needs, Bob, an official sponsor of the home team.").
No more dead spots, slow spots or drop-offs; it's the perfect solution for total WiFi coverage.
Unium solves issues such as slow spots or dead spots in the home with software that helps customers position their devices, creates a secure mesh network, and steers devices to their optimal path back to the internet.
Waze is a community-based traffic and navigation app that uses the data of other Waze users to identify slow spots and accidents, while providing you with audible turn-by-turn directions to avoid them.
The latest release of Applications Manager also includes .NET transaction monitoring to help development teams identify slow spots in transactions by showing method level traces and database queries.