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SDSL

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) symmetric digital subscriber line: a telephone line that carries data in the form of digital pulses, but not at the same time as voice messages are being sent
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The company, which provides data and telecoms services for commercial customers, said that the PureStream service offers a 2Mb/s uncontended LLUStream SDSL connection, which both upstream and downstream channels providing 2Mb/s speeds.
Brian Crouch, BT's regional director for the North West, said: "The strength and diversity of the small and medium businesses in these areas make it an excellent place to introduce SDSL.
The service will now cover the five major commercial city centres in the region partly as a result of a campaign by Teesside-based technology company Onyx Internet, which reported a genuine demand for SDSL in the area.
The SDSL package allows small and medium sized firms to transmit data much more quickly in both directions.
It adds that SDSL is often faster than ADSL due to its low contention ratio (5:1) and because the line is symmetrical, uploading is just as quick as downloading.
Conexant also enhanced the original AutoBaud technology to further optimize the quality of SDSL connections while making it even easier to deploy a wide variety of multi-rate SDSL services.
Conexant Systems Inc has begun production of its new AutoBaud software and has added the technology to its entire line of ZipWire SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line) modem devices.
According to the company, DualStream SDSL provides customers with two separate DSL circuits routing via different paths to the Internet.
They and 12 other Welsh exchanges are among 500 across the UK that are to be upgraded to symmetrical broad band services as part of BT's year-long SDSL programme to improve broadband connectivity.
Using a standard phone line to carry high-speed digital information, an SDSL line claims to offer huge increases in functionality in comparison to a standard ADSL broadband service.
By incorporating Conexant's ZipWire SDSL solution, Efficient Networks offers customers faster connect times, quicker recovery from circuit changes, freedom from time-consuming pre-provisioning and greatly expanded interoperability with a wide range of central-office systems.
The addition of SDSL to the existing ADSL and T1/ATM interface cards make the Avidia platform compelling for ICPs looking to deploy voice and data services over broadband networks.