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Introduction to VDSL

Authored on: Jan 30, 2003

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Broadband network connectivity demand is rising. The ongoing proliferation of high-bandwidth applications, such as streaming video, videoconferencing and large file downloads, has spurred an overwhelming demand for economical broadband connectivity solutions. Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers (ILECs) and Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs) are determined to satisfy consumer demand by providing the best possible solutions at affordable prices in order to solidify their positions in the market.

Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology is an economical means of transmitting high-bandwidth information. Using standard telephone grade wire already available, DSL is an affordable point-to-point last mile technology that delivers robust services to consumers using their existing network infrastructure.

For more information on VDSL, visit Telco Systems' Web site.

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