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Best Data's new DSL modems enable four computers to share a single DSL connection to the Internet.

Best Data Products Inc., a developer and manufacturer of analog and broadband communication products, has announced the Smart One DSL 500 modem series for home and small business users, allowing up to four computers to be connected to the Internet at the same time. The new Smart One 500 ADSL router series greatly simplifies DSL, WAN and LAN connectivity without the need for a separate Ethernet device. This and other products from Best Data will be on display at the National Exchange Carrier Association (NECA) Annual EXPO in Booth 19, September 15-16, in San Antonio, Texas.

"Whether in the home or in a small business environment, people are looking to connect to the Internet 24/7," said Bruce Zaman, president and CEO of Best Data. "Now just about anyone can have a network of four computers up and running on the Internet in no time at all."

The Smart One 500 series modem line offers a Web-based configuration utility for quick and easy installation and is complete with a one-year parts and labor warranty. Best Data also employs a rigorous testing process to deliver the utmost in quality and performance.

Immediately available in two models, the Smart One DSL540 ADSL modem features a four-port Ethernet switch that supports up to four computers with traditional phone-line Internet access. The Smart One DSL550WL modem supports 802.11B for wireless connections.%
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Date:Sep 15, 2003
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