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Internet - SIMPLIFYING DSL
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) uses
standard copper telephone lines to provide secure and
reliable, high-speed Internet access.The great advantages
of DSL over traditional dial-up modem connections are:
This means Websites, email, and other on-line applications
are available to you at all times, without tying up your
voice telephone lines. It also means that you get Internet
access fast. In short, it means that DSL saves time and
provides you with new ways of working more efficiently.
- DSL is "always on"
- it works at up to 50 times
the speed of a typical modem.
An inexpensive Dejai DSL connection opens worlds
of possibilities for Internet use: Web pages load
dramatically faster; email messages and file attachments
come and go without delay; sound and animation
are surprisingly real; and information you never
knew the Internet could deliver are accessible
from your desktop. A DSL connection will even
allow you to establish video conferencing between
your clients and team members.
ADSL stands for Asymmetric
Digital Subscriber Line, where the download speed
is much higher (up to 6Mb per second) than the
upload speed. HDSL stands for High-Speed Digital
Subscriber Line with equal (symmetrical) download
and upload speeds.