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ISDN

Integrated services digital network. A long-obsolete digital telecommunications line with a data (text, graphics, video and audio) throughput of up to 128 kps.

ISDN

Integrated services digital network Informatics A digital telecommunications line with a data–text, graphics, video and audio–throughput of up to 128 kps. See Internet, Local area network, Modem.
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The Sentinel Super CDR system produces CDRs and Transaction Detail Records (TDRs) from Integrated services digital network (ISDN) user part (ISUP) and Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP) message signal units, respectively.
The ProSLIC is programmable to meet global telephony standards, allowing single designs to be implemented worldwide for a variety of short-loop applications including digital subscriber line (DSL) integrated access devices (IADs), voice-enabled cable modems, wireless terminal adapters, PBX line cards, VoIP solutions, and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) terminal adapters.
Alcatel's solution will enable BSNL to expand its network by more than one million lines and to offer voice, integrated services digital network and asymmetric digital subscriber line services in India.

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