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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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Incorporated in 1984, Patton markets a catalog of more than 500 products, including SmartNode(tm) and SmartLink(tm) VoIP solutions; ForeFront(tm) multi- service access infrastructure solutions (T1/E1, G.
Metalink and Infineon have proven the full interoperability of their G.
Infineon and Metalink have also conducted additional G.
I'm proud that we achieved our initial goals of building a suite of world-class G.
The division has been focused on the development of G.
Since 1982, Verilink has provided business-to-business connectivity solutions at the network edge supporting major digital technologies like T1, E1, T3, ATM, Frame Relay, G.
As a charter member of the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory SHDSL Consortium, Verilink has spearheaded the advancement, adoption, and deployment of G.
In early February the International Telecommunications Union ratified G.
Nasdaq: MTLK), a fabless semiconductor company and leading provider of high performance, symmetric digital subscriber line (DSL) chip sets, today announced that the company has started sampling their alpha development partners with Gryphon, a true multi-mode symmetric DSL building block for next generation G.
Through cooperative conformance testing by Verilink and the thirteen other member companies at the UNH InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), the Consortium's goal is the global acceptance of the proposed ITU G.
shdsl, announced today the productization of a test and qualification suite for G.
This competitive advantage will not only enable Virata customers to get to market in the shortest time possible, but will also help to accelerate global acceptance of the G.
Demonstrating alignment between the telecommunications industry and its customer base of Service Providers, the Task Force adopted the G.