Yearly Archives - 2015

What is DSLAM?

DSLAM Definition

DSLAM Definition: A DSLAM, or Digital-Subscriber-Line-Access-Multiplexer, is a network distribution device that aggregates individual subscriber lines into a high-capacity uplink. These high capacity uplinks, either ATM or Gigabit Ethernet, connect subscribers to their Internet service providers (ISPs). DSLAM units are typically located in telephone exchanges or distribution points. They allow for

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XDSL speeds

Different xDSL Equipment Overview

DSL has come a long way since its humble ADSL beginnings. The following is the final part in The History of DSL Trilogy. If you missed the Part I discussing the history of DSL, click here.  For a quick overview  of the 6 xDSL technologies in use today, visit Part II of the series. 

Equipment Used For DSL

There are a range of products on the market that deploy DSL services. The following

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History of DSL Part 2

A Quick Guide to 6 xDSL Technologies in Use Today

After examining the brief history of DSL, you might be wondering about new multiplexing methods that ISPs have developed to improve transmission speeds via copper lines. The following provides an overview of the most popular types of DSL services in use today.

SHDSL– Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line

SHDSL transmits symmetrical download and upload speeds and is oftentimes compared to ADSL in terms

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Top 50 Telcom Blogs

The Definitive Top 50 Telecom Blogs and News Sites To Follow

Do you want to become an expert in the telecom industry? Forbes recommends reading daily digests of the top news and blog sites as one of the crucial steps to become an industry expert in your field.  Versa Technology has collected the top 50 sites to help you become an industry expert in the Telecom and computer networking sphere.

Do you have other source sites you’d

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History of DSL - Part 1

Behind the Obscure History of DSL

If fiber and cable provide faster data rate transmission speeds than DSL services, have you ever wondered why many ISPs offer DSL?

Why We Need DSL

Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) is a type of access technology that delivers high-speed data via legacy copper lines. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will oftentimes opt for DSL technology to extend the life of legacy copper lines and forego costly infrastructure

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