traffic in


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traffic in something

to deal in something; to trade in something, usually something illegal. Max had been trafficking in guns for years before they caught him. The president of the country was trafficking in drugs for years.
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traffic in

v.
To engage in the buying and selling of some illegal or improper product or commodity: The police arrested the criminals who trafficked in stolen diamonds.
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Offering industry-leading compression results, ICNA improves e-mail traffic in typical enterprise environments by enabling up to 80% compression gains.
F5 Networks is the Industry leader in Application Traffic Management, enabling enterprises and service providers to optimize any mission-critical application or web service, providing secure and predictable delivery of application traffic in an unpredictable environment.
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After a careful review of all the high-end solutions on the market, we selected Marketwave's Hit List Live because of its ability to analyze our web site traffic in real time, and to a level of sophistication that no other product in the market could match," said Rick Landsman, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice-President of Unicast.
The first commercially-available, automated tool designed specifically for remote access performance testing, Avalanche/RA can establish PPP connections with a device or service on up to 64 ports and send data traffic in both directions.