Definitions

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  • adj. Not contended.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not disputed for; not contested.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Eastern magnates, or even these four or five magnificently moneyed men here in Chicago who, by plodding thought and labor in many dreary fields such as Cowperwood himself frequently scorned, had reaped tremendous and uncontended profits.

    The Titan

  • This is an uncontended excellence, and a chief branch of its prerogative; yet I may be allow’d to say, without partiality, that herein the actors share the poet’s praise.

    Dedication

  • He was not yet all-powerful as were divers Eastern magnates, or even these four or five magnificently moneyed men here in Chicago who, by plodding thought and labor in many dreary fields such as Cowperwood himself frequently scorned, had reaped tremendous and uncontended profits.

    The Titan

  • "Not quite uncontended but minimum of 20Mbps or line speed, whichever is lower."

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  • The FTTC paperwork says 10Gbps link back from each cabinet, and uncontended.

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  • The FTTC is uncontended to the actual telephone exchange, so if your LLU provider has sufficient backhaul they can continue to offer unlimited.

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  • The adoption of WBC is critical to making sure that the Openreach FTTC products are widely available, and the LLU operators who in theory can take an uncontended Ethernet handover from Openreach appear too slow to adopt, possibly due to the lack of control of the actual VDSL2 kit in the cabinet and customers home.

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  • Not quite uncontended but minimum of 20Mbps or line speed, whichever is lower.

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  • So the FTTC cabinet - > exchange link is uncontended?

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  • A 10Meg symmetric product is also available offering an uncontended leased-line for £300/month.

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