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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of packetize.


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  • Verizon says that in each case data from the cell site is converted immediately to packetized data for transport to mobile telephone switching offices for distribution over appropriate networks.

    Verizon Rents Out Its Fiber for LTE Backhaul 2009

  • Email and pretty much everything else, is packetized, and the packets are sent over different routes, depending on any number of factors.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Reported Drop in Surveillance Spurred a Law”: 2007

  • Other folks pointed out that Bell Labs had the smarts to figure out packetized voice and deploy it if called upon to.

    The Voice over IP Insurrection 2004

  • Not to distract from the main points of this article, I have a coiple of questions: As early as 1989, AT&T Network Systems had developed a product that packetized voice and carried on Frame Relay network.

    The Voice over IP Insurrection 2004

  • We look at the total impact of packetized voice, which in many ways is bigger than Vonages of the world.

    Internet Voice: Business 2.0 Technology of The Year 2004

  • Does anyone really think that because their modem uses the PSTN that an IP packet inherently can traverse it as well, or that because the PSTN is packetized as is and IP packet that the phone on the other end let alone the switch carrying the call knows what an IP packet is?

    The Voice over IP Insurrection 2004

  • Virtually all of these services can be packetized and carried over the Internet.

    Internet - Mirror of Mankind 2002

  • I was just saying to my wife earlier this morning that I think Genghis Khan would have been the perfect user of the Internet because he practically invented packetized transmission in the 13th century with his Mongol horsemen sending packets of information back and forth to be collected by his various generals and made coherent.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Millennium 2000: Communications - January 2, 2000 2000

  • Everyone is arguing about that; nowadays you don't see an image flicker like that, not with packetized digital signal.

    Mother Of Storms Barnes, John, 1957- 1994

  • "You know how everyone says nowadays you can't censor because there are so many alternate pathways, and because packetized data can leak in through so many different ways and then reassemble?"

    Mother Of Storms Barnes, John, 1957- 1994


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