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Magazine articles on broadband service and applications, DSL, cable modem, VoIP and video-on-demand.
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October 2000
Barbara Quint
Searcher's Voice: The Broadband Challenge The effect of broadband information delivery will be truly revolutionary. And, as always with intimate technologies like online, the real revolution will occur in human behavior... mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
September 2000
Plug-and-Play ADSL Infinilink Corp. has introduced the full rate (up to 8 Mbps) i200 ADSL Modem. It complies with current industry stands, supporting connections at up to 8 Mbps with telcos and service providers using G.dmt and T1.413i2 standards. It also provides full G.lite (1.5 Mbps) compliance... mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
September 2000
Enhanced System Manages Broadband Networks ADC has released an enhanced version of the FiberBase 4.0 system, its software for end-to-end broadband asset management. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
September 23, 1999
Simson Garfinkel
Cable modem or DSL: Which is better? My Net connection approaches light speed with cable, but that doesn't guarantee victory over DSL. If the history of technology is any guide, however, it's unlikely that the battle between cable modems and DSL will be won on technical merits. mark for My Articles 818 similar articles
PC World
September 1, 2000
Jeff Sengstack
Make Your PC Hacker-Proof Our test of six personal firewalls finds the best ones for keeping uninvited guests out of your office or home system. mark for My Articles 504 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
August 2000
Alliance Creates Integrated Broadband Video Networking Solution A technical alliance between TODD Communications, Inc. and Minerva Networks, Inc. will facilitate the delivery of video-rich applications over enterprise networks.... mark for My Articles 1 similar article
PC World
August 1, 2000
Steve Bass
High-Speed Survival Guide You've heard the horror stories about cable-modem and DSL installations. Our step-by-step guide helps you get and stay connected--without hassle. mark for My Articles 619 similar articles
Search Engine Watch
June 2, 2000
June 2000 Search Engine Briefs Brief items on changes to Snap, web mapping research, a new news resource, a chat search engine and more. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
June 2000
New Products Deliver High Speed Voice and Data The Broadwire 240 ADSL Splitter from ADC Telecommunications is a high-density splitter platform that splits voice and data frequency bands so users can receive voice and high-speed data services simultaneously over a twisted pair of copper wires.... mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
PC World
May 1, 2000
Rick Overton
Broadband or Bust According to Aesop, the slow and steady tortoise beats the fast and flighty hare. But wouldn't it be great if that dang rabbit hunkered down and delivered on its promise? That's what consumers hope will happen in the world of high-bandwidth Internet access. Folks at home who want a fast connection to the Net must choose from a bewildering array of broadband technologies, among them ISDN, cable modem, and an alphabet soup of DSL varieties, including ADSL, SDSL, and G.Lite. But for people with money to burn, new superfast technologies make huge promises that sound awfully enticing. mark for My Articles 933 similar articles
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