ADC LAUNCHES WORLDDSL G.S, G.SHDSL COMPLIANT ACCESS DEVICES FOR GLOBAL CARRIERS.
ADC (1) See A/D converter.
(2) (Apple Display Connector) A peripheral connector from Apple that combines digital video display, USB and power in one cable. a global supplier of fiber optics, network equipment, software and integration services for broadband, multiservice networks, has announced the WorldDSL G.S family of high-speed G.shdsl modems. WorldDSL G.S assists carriers in economically deploying voice, data and high-speed Internet services to a larger subscriber base. Fully compliant with the ITU-T See ITU.
ITU-T - International Telecommunications Union G.991.2 G.shdsl standard, WorldDSL G.S meets the diverse telecommunications needs of global markets with today's latest standards-based technology.
"With WorldDSL G.S modems, ADC customers gain the many benefits afforded by G.shdsl technology," said Rich Brown, product manager for WorldDSL products. "In addition to standards-based interoperability, WorldDSL G.S modems feature the speed and flexibility of rate-selectability, the cost-efficiencies of single-pair operation and the spectral `friendliness' of creating relatively no interference in the bundle."
WorldDSL G.S modems achieve maximum data rates up to 2.304 Mbps and provide the benefit of higher speed symmetrical bandwidth compared to SDSL See DSL.
SDSL - Single-line Digital Subscriber Line . WorldDSL G.S modems provide a 10% data rate gain in addition to a 10% to 15% reach advantage, compared to 2B1Q SDSL modems.
WorldDSL G.S modems comply with both ITU (International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland, www.itu.ch) A telecommunications standards body that is under the auspices of the United Nations. Comprising more than 185 member countries, the ITU sets standards for global telecom networks. and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Sophia Antipolis technical park, Nice, France, www.etsi.org) A non-profit membership organization founded in 1988, dedicated to standardizing information and communication technologies (ICT) throughout Europe. international standards to ensure maximum compatibility, performance and safety within global telco and enterprise network environments.
AC powered desktop versions of these modems followed by 2-pair versions, which support higher transmission speeds at shorter distances or the same 2.304 Mbps speeds at greater distances will be introduced in July.
WorldDSL G.S modems are fully compatible with the installed base of WorldDSL chassis, enclosures and accessories. Each modem is software-selectable as a communication master or communication slave, so any two units can be used for a point-to-point circuit. For more dense applications, a variety of 16-slot central office (CO) shelves are available.
WorldDSL G.S modems support network management via a VT100 compatible terminal or a PC. Units can be managed from a local craft port or a central management card installed in a CO shelf. ADC's Windows or UNIX-based SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) A widely used network monitoring and control protocol. Data are passed from SNMP agents, which are hardware and/or software processes reporting activity in each network device (hub, router, bridge, etc. management software enables users to provision the system, collect alarm and performance data, and conduct diagnostic tests locally or from a remote management station. In any of these modes, WorldDSL G.S modems can be programmed and managed through the CO, minimizing travel.
WorldDSL G.S modems feature fiber optic quality (BER (1) (Basic Encoding Rules) A set of encoding rules for ASN.1 notation, which is a method for defining data structures. See ASN.1.
(2) (Bit Error Rate) The average number of bits transmitted in error. See BERT.
1. 10-10) transmissions; NX64k rate selectability from 192kbps to 2,304kbps; E-1 and fractional E-1 (FE-1) support; software programmable data port selection of V.35/V.36/RS-530/X.21; downloadable software for easy upgrading and ADC's proven quality and reliability. WorldDSL G.S is available now.
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