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Users also require the bandwidth and patience to download large files (Flames of War is nearly a gigabyte).
Since bandwidth has become reasonable, paying extra for it feels like a backwards move.
Changes like this pose a huge threat to the adult entertainment industry—an industry that eats up a ton of bandwidth.
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.Navy SEAL Helmet Cams: Obama Watched bin Laden Raid Video|Ian Yarett|May 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Many-to-many communication is not just a matter of bandwidth on digital networks, but of self-definition, also.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
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The amount of data that can be carried by a digital communication medium, often expressed in hertz.