56k line


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56k line

(communications)
A digital connection (possibly a leased line, possibly switched) capable of carrying 56 kbps.

Compare DS0.
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com will download and display in about half the time normally required on a 28K or 56K line," said Kingeter.
Two remote SMSU campuses, Mountain Grove and West Plains, also connect to the main campus network for Internet use and campus resources with a 56K line and a T1, respectively.
However, to your horror, your find two dozen e-mails to download on the 56K line, each with a half-meg attachment
For the built-in 56K modem also can function as a back-up 56K line, in case their broadband connection fails.
Zoom's 56K Line Features Flash Memory and Programmable DSPs
120 standard rate adaption allowing existing equipment, such as SNA terminals, cluster controllers and asynchronous equipment to run over a 56k line.
Running the CAD program on our 56K lines was an impossible task until we found WinFrame," said Robert Lemke, network analyst, OshKosh B'Gosh.
ANS SureRemote customers will have access to the new ANS 56K lines at no extra cost.
Frame relay networks have typically been designed with star-like topologies using T1 access lines for the central sites and 56K lines for the branches.
More than 75 percent of remote office links use 56K lines, and frame relay is the fastest-growing way of linking remote and central sites.
The routers also provide a number of bandwidth optimization features, including 4:1 data compression over leased lines, packet-switched and circuit-switched WAN20 services, and dial-on-demand routing (DDR) over ISDN and switched 56K lines.
The routers provide a number of bandwidth optimization features, including 4:1 data compression over leased lines, packet-switched and circuit-switched WAN services at speeds of up to 128 Kbps, and dial-on demand routing (DDR) over ISDN and switched 56K lines.