K56flex

K56flex

(protocol)
A modem standard developed by Rockwell for 56 kbps communications. K56flex Became more popular than the rival X2 but will be superseded by the official V.90 standard.

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from competitor 3COM do not support K56flex and are unable to connect,
The reason: There's a competing technology out there, called K56Flex, that's about to be introduced, and the two technologies are not compatible.
MSFT) today announced it is extending K56Flex technology to all U.
90 and K56Flex communications standards and features a controllerless, high-performance design that reduces cost without sacrificing communications throughput or reliability.
today announced that, since first offering a free upgrade to K56flex capability, more than 700 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have upgraded their PortMaster 3 remote access servers with Lucent Technologies-based K56flex modems.
Hayes is the only modem manufacturer supporting K56flex technology to include the EZjack for convenience in achieving maximum data transmission speeds.
90 standard and K56flex, maximizing the user's ability to connect at the greatest possible speed regardless of location.
Product Pricing Practical(TM) K56flex Internal Data/Fax US$89 Practical K56flex External Data/Fax US$109 Practical 56K Internal Data/Fax (w/x2) US$89 Practical 56K External Data/Fax (w/x2) US$109 Practical K56flex Internal Data/Fax/Voice US$119 Practical K56f1ex Data/Fax/Cellular PCMCIA US$159 Practical 33.
The CommPlete system combines Lucent's K56flex modem
90 standard and the popular K56flex technology, the modem automatically selects the right technology when connecting to an Internet Service Provider (ISP), increasing users' chances of immediately benefiting from 56K modem speeds.