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  • noun

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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The new HDSL unit, in conjunction with our MartisDXX managed access and transport network system, makes rolling out microcells significantly less expensive.
In addition, the HST-3000 offers full text automation, which increases speed and accuracy of HDSL installations.
The HDSL systems will be managed by AccessVision(TM) network management platform of Atlantech Technologies, based in Glasgow, Scotland.
Joseph Crupi, a senior vice president of AT&T Paradyne, said, "Schmid Telecommunications has demonstrated unique dedication and skill, which will enable them to have the first CAP-based E1 HDSL on the market.
Level One and the consortium expect that their efforts will lead to worldwide availability of the HDSL transport method initially recommended by Bellcore, and currently being specified by North American ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) committees.
HDSL is a line-code modulation scheme for transmitting high speed data over a copper cable.
I believe this is the first HDSL transmission system demonstration of its kind in the world," said Jon C.
High immunity to background noise enables transmission of multiple HDSL lines via the same physical cable.
Following the successful installation and operation of Orckit's previous generation CopperTrunk(R) HDSL systems, Telecom Argentina has chosen CopperTrunk(R)-II, Orckit's next-generation HDSL solution.
ADC's Enhanced Lightning Protection feature, available today, is designed to shunt the lightning surge current away from HDSL equipment, thereby preserving module integrity and allowing service to continue without blown fuses or damaged electronics.
ADTRAN products support most major technologies, including internetworking, access routing, fiber, T3, T1, E1, E3, wireless T1/E1, ATM, Frame Relay, IP, VPN, ADSL, SHDSL, SDSL, HDSL, HDSL2, HDSL4, SONET, SDH, ISDN, and DDS.
And one that turns the humble HDSL -- originally a substitute technology for the expensive, time consuming E1 systems -- into a multi-faceted system, extending SDH signaling over existing copper wire all the way to the end-user.
The greatest share of this market value in 1999 is attributed to cable modems with 43% market share while HDSL accounts for 24%, and ADSL and VDSL represent 24% and 2%, respectively.
Nasdaq: ECILF) announced today that BT has extended ECI Telecom's CWSS (Copper Wideband Serving Section) sole supplier contract for HDSL stand alone solutions.