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broadband

A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
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com/reports/c38218) has announced the addition of Broadband Access Market in China, 2005 to their offering.
ECI provides innovative IP service delivery solutions to the converged telecom networks encompassing Broadband access gateways, Service Edge Routers, Optical transport, NGN VoIP and multimedia applications and services.
The DHS initiative is designed to provide seamless interfaces between cable, DSL and PLC broadband access to in-home PLC networking for high-speed, high quality of service applications, such as data, audio and high definition video.
Product development and innovation: Pannaway continued to make improvements to its Service Convergence Network including enhancements to its carrier-class voice products and its Broadband Access Manager (BAM) which will be announced in Q3 2005.
Designed for residential, small office/home office (SOHO) and enterprise users, Surf@home provides high-speed wireless broadband access to email, the Internet and corporate networks through secure virtual private networks (VPNs) using multiple devices, including desktop PCs, WiFi enabled laptops and other peripheral devices.
With the new Ericsson partnership, carriers will receive a total broadband access solution.
The next-generation Cable & Wireless network utilizes Paradyne's Broadband Access Concentrators (BAC) within its central offices and remote terminals throughout Barbados.
Review of the market development of cable modem broadband access
The study also provides broadband subscriber base by region and access technology segments as well as market share analysis of broadband access service providers.
In this research service, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the segments: x digital subscriber line (xDSL), cable television (CATV), fiber-to-the-x (FTTx), and other (satellite, wireless, Ethernet, and ISDN) broadband access services and their trends.
WVTC's new next-generation network consists of Pannaway's Broadband Aggregation Routers (BAR(TM)) which deliver Gigabit Ethernet-based transport with the capacity to scale to 10Gbps, ADSL2+ and Active Ethernet fiber Broadband Access Switches (BAS(TM)) and Residential Gateway NIDs (RGN(TM)).
This report looks at the fast-developing fixed and mobile broadband access markets and how they will remove traditional barriers between fixed and mobile services, leading to a new, more competitive market environment, dominated by personalisation, price and performance.