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Method And Device For Dynamically Controlling Data Volumes

Official Titles:

Method and device for dynamically controlling data volumes in a communication system

Verfahren und Vorrichtung für eine dynamische Regelung von Datenvolumina in einer Kommunikationsanordnung

Procédé et dispositif de régulation dynamique de volumes de données dans un système de communication

Patentnumbers:

Europe EP 3069565
Filed September 6, 2014

Switzerland WO 2015070937
Filed November 15, 2013

Germany DE 102013019193
Filed November 15, 2013

Summary:

The invention relates to a method for exchanging data in a communication system comprising a number of communication subscribers who exchange data with at least one data source. According to said method, a data volume available to the communication subscribers for data exchange is dynamically controlled among the number of communication subscribers by an intelligent connection manager. The invention further relates to a corresponding device.

Method and device for dynamically controlling data volumes

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