ultrareliable

ultrareliable

(ˌʌltrərɪˈlaɪəbəl)
adj
extremely reliable
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The document contains the terms and conditions which shall be complied by any organization which intends to conduct trials, demonstrate systems or services in Pakistan based on IMT 2020 to demonstrate readiness for new technologies in Standalone (SA) or Non-Standalone (NSA) environment including identified use cases of eMBB (Enhanced Mobile Broadband), uRLLC (Ultrareliable and Low-latency Communications) and MMTC (MassiveMachine Type Communications) through Slicing, Orchestration and Management techniques, application and use case development etc.
But none of them could match the completion rate of the ultrareliable King, the 11-cap Wales international who last started a Test back in 2016.
Titanium Cloud is an ultrareliable, deployment-ready virtualization software platform, fully compatible with open standards such the Open Source MANO (OSM) orchestration project.
Undoubtedly, and that's a good thing, as these guns are ultrareliable and soft-shooting.
The projects--"Spectrumanddeploymentefficiencies", "UltraReliable LowLatency Communication(URLLC) requirementsfor verticalindustries","RAN convergence"and"Extreme long-range communications for deep rural coverage"--have been highlighted as crucialdevelopmentareas to further optimise andguide the telecoms industry towards the successful deployment of5G beyond 2018.
'There is more to what 5G can do, which includes enhanced mobile broadband services, massive machine type communications, and ultrareliable and low-latency communications,' said Mario G.
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There are three typical usage scenarios for 5G, including Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Massive Machine Type Communications (mTC), and Ultrareliable and Low-Latency Communications (uRLLC), which were defined by the International Telecommunication Union-Radio Communication Sector (ITU-R) in 2015.
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It will offer broadband everywhere (eMBB, or enhanced mobile broadband), massive connectivity (mMTC, or massive machine-type connectivity), and mission-critical support (uRLLC, or ultrareliable low-latency communications).
The former for their Italian design flair and rich history and the latter for the Japanese nation's ability to make ultrareliable vehicles that are great value and fun to drive.
With prices starting at PS13,300 or PS17,000 for the extended version, the Tivoli is a roomy, well equipped, good to drive, ultrareliable, chunky hatchback.