Lanode announces availability of Tahoe 680 series modems.
Lanode, a provider of network equipment, consultancy and deployment services, announced on Monday (22 May) the availability of the Tahoe 680 series modems as part of its Next Generation Digital Subscriber Line (NG-DSL) solutions.
According to the company, Lanode's NG-DSL leverages TCPAM-32 modulation throughputs, which are higher than using High Bit-Rate DSL (HDSL), and their reach is nearly twice that of Very High Bit-Rate DSL (VDSL).NG-DSL is capable of supporting new high bandwidth applications such as High Definition TV, as well as telephone services, for example Voice over IP, and general Internet access, over a single connection. In addition, the modems support Network Address Translation (NAT), incorporate an IP router and can be managed either locally with a front panel display, or remotely via simple network management protocol (SNMP), telnet or web browser. Lanode's Tahoe G.SHDSL+ products enable end users to achieve throughput of nearly 20Mb/s on an 8-wire line and reach distances of over 10 km.The Tahoe modems contain the Tahoe OS operating system based on Unix functionality, the company claims. No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Title Annotation:||network equipment, consultancy and deployment services|
|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||May 23, 2006|
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