Often used to mean a telephone line used solely for your computer modem or fax machine, and not used for voice calls--although it technically could be....
A telephone line dedicated to transferring data, 24 hours a day between computers.
A transmission mdedium that is used exlusively between two locations. They are also known as leased lines or private lines.
A telephone line used for the sole purpose of data transmission via a computer.
A telephone line that is reserved for the singular purpose of providing a data connection between two computers.
A common carrier line which is reserved for the exclusive use of a predefined entity. Is also used to define any type of communications channel which is pre-assigned to a specific user.
A special conditioned telephone line that directly and permanently connects two computers.
Transmission medium, usually telephone lines, reserved for exclusive use of a customer. These lines are not routed through the switching equipment at the telephone company facilities.
A phone line maintained for a specific purpose or function. For instance, a company that performs most of its sales by faxed orders will often have a phone line dedicated to receiving fax transmissions.
A telecommunications line that gives your computer a direct, permanent connection to the Internet.
A permanently assigned path to specific data terminals which is not part of a switched network. Synonym: private line.
A type of telecommunications service that involves allocating a specified amount of bandwidth to a given location.
A type of telecommunications service in which a high-speed open connection is maintained between two points.
a permanent connection between two points on the telecommunications network.
A telecommunications link between two points that a company or user can access 24 hours a day. Dedicated lines are not shared by other networks.
A dedicated circuit, a non-switched channel; also called a private line; See "Leased Line".
a communications device and telephone line specifically for the usage of one customer and BIGVALLEY
a modem and telephone line specifically for the usage of one customer and Lodinet, providing that customer guaranteed access upon demand with no time restrictions
a phone line used only to connect to the Internet, rather than one shared by a modem and a phone
a physical path rented from a telephone company, in which case it is called a leased line
a telephone wire that is run from one location, such as your home, to another location, such as your office
A dedicated line is a telecommunications path between two points that is available 24 hours a day for use by a designated user (individual or company). It is not shared in common among multiple users as dial-up lines are. Also called a nonswitched line.
Communications line that is indefinitely reserved for transmissions, rather than switched as transmission is required. See also leased line.
a telephone line that is reserved for the exclusive use of one customer. It can be used 24 hours a day and usually offers better quality than a standard dial-up telephone line, but may not significantly increase the performance of data communications.
A permanent connection between computers using telephone, ISDN, or other types of lines.
A point to point line in a data communication system between two computer devices that is always connected.
is a communications link or pathway that is continu-ously connected between two sites.
A phone line that connects two computers permanently to keep up service.
1) A power or transmission line with a single function, such as data transmission, or to a single source such as an outlet for a computer. (2) A non-shared telephone line to an individual subscriber from a central station.
A pre-established point-to-point communication link between computer terminals and a computer processor, or between distributed processors, that does not require dial-up access.
A communications line that is used solely for computer connections. If you buy an additional phone line for your modem, that's a dedicated line. There are other types of dedicated lines (such as T3 and T1 that are used for larger network entities.)
A communications line used solely for computer connections. For example, a second telephone line added to a user's home for modem use is a dedicated line. Larger network entities such as Internet providers use special types of dedicated lines like T1s and T3s for high speed, high volume connections.
A telephone or data line that is always available. For example, a leased telephone line can be dedicated for computer data communications. This line is not used by other computers or individuals, is available 24 hours a day, and is never disconnected.
A permanently assigned path connecting geographically dispersed sites on a long distance network. Synonym: private line: leased line.
A direct telephone line between two computers.
A telecommunications line that gives a computer a direct, permanent Internet connection.
A permanently connected telephone line between two computer systems. Dedicated lines make up the bulk of the Internet.
Leased or private communications line. See dial-up.
A point-to-point, hard wire connection between two service locations.
A communications line that is not switched. When the line is not owned by the user, the term leased line is more common. Remote sites at the University of Chicago are connected to the campus backbone using dedicated/leased lines.
A private line leased from a telecommunications carrier.
A production line permanently configured to run well-defined parts, one piece at a time, from station to station.
A communications line that is not switched. When the line is not owned by the user, the term leased line is more common. See also: Dialup.
A permanent communication line specifically for access to the internet for your computer.
This is a phone line meant specifically for one thing, like being attached to a computer.
A communications line used solely for computer connections, such as T1 and T3 lines. An additional phone line solely for your modem is a dedicated line as well.
A communications circuit provided for the exclusive use of a particular subscriber. Dedicated lines are generally used for businesses requiring large number of voice telephone lines or computers when large amounts of data need to be moved between points.
A telephone line that allows your computer to have a direct, permanent connection to the Internet. See T1 or T3.
A communications circuit or channel provided for the exclusive use of a particular subscriber - also known as a private line.
A permanent connection to the Internet using an individual phone line.
Medium that is used solely for data transmission between two locations. It is sometimes referred to as a leased line or private line.
A permanently connected private telephone line between two locations.
Leased or private communications line. Also called a dial-up line.
A telephone line that is leased from the telephone company and used for one purpose only. In the early days of the Internet, it was a line dedicated to a server.
A permanent connection to the Internet using a separate phone line.
A communications circuit between two endpoints that is permanently connected and always available. Also called a leased line or private line.
A communications circuit or channel for the exclusive use of a particular subscriber. For example, dedicated lines are used for computers when large amounts of data need to be moved between two points.
A communications circuitused for one specific purpose. Like the phone line in your house, your neighbors do not use the same line that is dedicated to you. ... more
Connection that always is established between two communications devices. 9.25
An end-to-end communications line used exclusively by one organization. Also called a dedicated circuit.
In computer networks and telecommunications, a dedicated line is a communications cable dedicated to a specific application, in contrast with a shared resource such as the telephone network or the Internet.