Since bandwidth has become reasonable, paying extra for it feels like a backwards move.
Users also require the bandwidth and patience to download large files (Flames of War is nearly a gigabyte).
Changes like this pose a huge threat to the adult entertainment industry—an industry that eats up a ton of bandwidth.
Unlike AT&T, which is still rationing its bandwidth, Verizon wants customers to become increasingly dependent on its connection.
The broader point is that we need, constantly, to recalibrate our bandwidth of stoicism.
If he doesn't know about content management systems and bandwidth, he'd better learn.
The video is also recorded locally and uploaded to a cloud server when bandwidth permits for later review.
And the press will never find the bandwidth explain to people what's actually happening.
Many-to-many communication is not just a matter of bandwidth on digital networks, but of self-definition, also.
The amount of data that can be carried by a digital communication medium, often expressed in hertz.
Note: Within the radio and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum limited bandwidth is available, and in the United States the use of the spectrum is regulated and allocated by the FCC. (See VHF and UHF.)
The difference between the highest and lowest frequencies of a transmission channel (the width of its allocated band of frequencies).
The term is often used erroneously to mean data rate or capacity - the amount of data that is, or can be, sent through a given communications circuit per second.
[How is data capacity related to bandwidth?]