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ADSL

Asymmetric Digital Subsciber Line. A format for transferring data at speeds of up to 24 Mbits/second (downstream rate), which is 12 times the speed of ISDN and 25 times that of a 56K modem. ASDL requires a special modem at each end, but uses existing copper phone lines.
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Available in either 3 POTS + 1 ADSL or 6 POTS + 1 ADSL configurations, the line-powered PG-FlexPlus Edge IAD enables carriers to quickly and cost-effectively satisfy the demands of premium residential and small business customers for multiple voice lines plus high-speed Internet access.
Another indication of the early adoption state of the ADSL market is the cumbersome process of upgrading to DSL through a service provider.
differences between a full rate ADSL service and an ADSL Lite service
Single point of control: Ideal for service providers, offering local and remote management of all connectivity and network security elements, ADSL configuration, routing and wireless connectivity
This release includes a number of new features for the entire NetVanta family, such as the BGPv4 routing protocol, ATM support for ADSL access, SIP ALG enhancements for VoIP traffic to traverse a NAT environment, and dynamic DNS client support.
DSL Xpert(TM) 2208B for ADSL over ISDN is immediately available for orders.
Netopia's 3-D Reach technology, incorporated today in the Netopia 3347W and 3357W ADSL Wireless Gateways and the Netopia 3387W Cable/DSL Wireless Gateway, delivers improved wireless range, coverage and performance, while still using standards-based 802.
Palladia 220 and Maximus deliver a unique end-to-end solution for next-generation ADSL access networks, allowing system manufacturers to differentiate their products.
Centillium's ADSL chipsets enable deployment of competitive bundled services," said Clive Hallatt, Director of Business development at Advanced Fibre Communications, a leading developer of broadband access solutions for the global telecommunications industry which uses Centillium's ADSL chipsets in its AccessMAX(TM) and Telliant(TM) systems.
The addition of the VisionNet200ER modem to EarthLink's offerings is a culmination of months of product evaluation and rigorous testing by EarthLink for a consumer-friendly, low-cost ADSL modem that is simple to install and maintain.
This full programmability ensures upgradeability to future versions of ADSL without hardware modification while delivering complete interoperability with other chip sets and system vendors.
eXtremeDSLMAX technology is backward compatible to ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2plus allowing service providers to utilize existing ADSL infrastructure.