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Synonyms for DSL

a generic name for digital lines that are provided by telephone companies to their local subscribers and that carry data at high speeds

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Table 17: Leading DSL Broadband Service Providers in
for DSL Broadband Services by Geographic Region - Belgium,
net's dependence on third-party providers to supply it with local DSL and T-1 facilities in areas where it has not deployed its own equipment.
Total DSL CPE IC Ports Shipments and Revenues, 2005-2010
Total DSL IC Vendor Market Share, Year-end 2005 and 1Q06
Taiwanese DSL Manufacturer Tier Position, 1Q 2003 - 3Q 2005
Additionally, the DSL Forum's Interoperability Program's mission is appropriately focused on expanding interoperability, with its arrangements for additional "plugfests" for ADSL2plus and VDSL2, going beyond the ADSL and ADSL2plus inter-vendor testing staged in 2004.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) via DSL and IP Video over DSL are two examples of some of the latest commercial product offerings that will build on the new architecture.
Special discussion on the impact of delayed ADSL2+ mass production; Taiwanese DSL industry review of the third quarter of 2004, including global DSL subscriber scale, Taiwanese shipment volume, shipment value and ASP, product mix, key components, business types, shipment destinations, production locations, manufacturer rankings, industry concentration, and major manufacturer profiles.
With the focus on home networking and distribution of applications throughout the home, the DSL Forum is engaging with other associations such as the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) and Universal Plug'n'Play Forum (UPnP) to initiate collaborative efforts to deliver the infrastructure for emerging triple and quad play applications for consumers.
In the recapitalization, VantagePoint agreed to convert all of DSL.
STEP DSL System Ideal For Scalable Deployment of "Triple Play" Services