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GDEM stands for giga dial equipment minutes. To convert this to Gbps, multiply by 0.122; to convert TB/month to Gbps, multiply by 0.00305. Source: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/ hgs/internet/traffic.html
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Part II:
Introduction XLink Linking Classifications Simple Links Extended Links XPointers XPath XML Infoset Implementing XLink: Speculation Content Is King Implementing the XML Linking Language
It is not surprising that circuit-switched technology, originally designed to handle voice traffic, is not the most competitive technology for sending wireless data. To overcome the inherent weaknesses in circuits, a different approach was developed to move data, which does not rely on establishing a single path or circuit between points A and B. Packet networks, as their name suggests, are built around the concept of discrete chunks of data. Each chunk of data contains enough information so that the network can determine critical items, such as: the sender (done with a unique addressing scheme such as an IP address or a user name) the receiver (a different unique address) security (optional), and the packet number (eg., this packet is 11 of 73 packets that comprise the total message being sent) By tagging each piece of information, an interesting result occurs the path the data takes between points A and B is now no longer important or relevant. Some of the packets could move from point A to C to B while other packets could move from point A to D to B. At the receiving end, the packets are reassembled in their proper order (in this case 1 through 73). The reader may see the parallel to this description and how communication on the Internet works, as the Internet Protocol (IP) is also designed for a packet network. Packet networks, since they don t require the user to create a circuit, have the appearance to the user of being always on and therefore, very convenient to use. When connected to a LAN, users are using a packet network and, as such, can send and receive data without having to establish a connection. Similarly, while mobile, a user who is communicating over a packet network does not have to take the time or effort to establish a connection as the device is always able to send or receive information while the device is on and the antennae is active. Research In Motion s BlackBerry devices for e-mail are good examples of devices that utilize packet networks for delivering a superb user experience. Users can receive or send
2 Installing Visual C# 2008 Express Edition
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