VoDSL


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VoDSL

(Voice Over DSL) Sending voice over a DSL line. Using compression, up to 150 voice channels can be transmitted over a 1.5 Mbps DSL line. DSL signals at the customer side are delivered into an integrated access device (IAD), which forwards them over twisted pair to the carrier. The signals go to the carrier's DSLAM and then to an access switch that forwards voice to a voice gateway and then the PSTN and data to the appropriate data network.
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In-Stat reports that what is becoming clear is the success of these equipment suppliers will not be based on their VoDSL Gateway products, but on their ability to incorporate their VoDSL knowledge into multi-service products that accommodate a wide range of broadband access technologies.
Alcatel's VoDSL reference platform will be available in 3Q'2001.
Option 1: Deploy VoDSL to each business independently (over local-loop DSL).
Because VoDSL supports multiple virtual voice lines, you can quickly satisfy today's explosive demand for additional new phone lines using the wiring that's already installed.
Trials and evaluations in 1999 and early 2000, followed by real deployments in the second half of 2000, will result in over a $1 billion market for VoDSL services by the end of that year.
Our launch of VoDSL on 17th September enables us to provide the optimum suite of services that our customers need.
An enterprise that moves to VoDSL can implement a one-for-one replacement of voice and data lines.
With the TdGATE, EdisonTel enjoys the most advanced VoDSL solution available in the market", says Mr.
As a company focused on 'powering what's next,' IDT believes the partnership with VoicePump will help us to be well positioned for the emergence of VoDSL and VoIP technology," said Sandra Chang, strategic alliance program manager for IDT's Internetworking Products Division.
However, by the fourth quarter of 2001, the rebirth of VoDSL was beginning to take root.
2-based signaling messages are exchanged between the VoDSL Gateway and IAD to support both POTS (Plain Old Telephone System) and ISDN voice over ATM.
As a result, General Bandwidth's G6 solution can be deployed within incumbent service providers' existing Telcordia SWITCH OSS, leveraging existing personnel and procedures, and ultimately enabling the service provider to offer general deployment of VoDSL.