SVD

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SVD

(Simultaneous Voice and Data) The concurrent transmission of voice and data by modem over a single analog telephone line. The first SVD technologies on the market were Multi-Tech's MSP, Radish's VoiceView, AT&T's VoiceSpan and the all-digital DSVD, endorsed by Intel, Hayes and others. See VoiceView.
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Simultaneous voice and data enables network operators to offer customers the advantages of LTE's high data rates while maximising the return on existing investment in current networks to provide widespread, cost-effective voice calling.
Chapman Technologies to date is one of the only companies in North America having handheld, telematics and, fleet asset management GPS/cellular products, that deploys a fully integrated (real time) simultaneous voice and data "end-to-end" command/response center solution.
RESPONSE Services Center, LLC announced today that it has become the first licensee of the in-band simultaneous voice and data (SVD) wireless communications technology developed by Navox Corporation, a subsidiary of C-MAC Industries Inc.
Supporting ADSL service with both the 2B1Q ISDN line code (50kHz baseband) common throughout most of Europe, and the 4B3T ISDN line code (70kHz baseband) prevalent in Germany and parts of Austria, the CopperEdge Annex B ADSL Line Card will enable providers to utilize the advanced features of Copper Mountain's CopperEdge DSL concentrators to cost-effectively provision, scale and manage simultaneous voice and data services for millions of European subscribers who are currently served by ISDN phone lines.
Nasdaq:CMTN) today announced a new multi-mode Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Line Card that will deliver simultaneous voice and data services over a single-copper-pair telephone line.
In addition to simultaneous voice and data transmission plus high-speed Internet access, GIC's solution provides other productivity features such as: unified e-mail, voice mail and fax all through one Web mailbox; a "find me/follow me" function which forwards incoming calls to an off-site phone number or series of numbers via the Internet; and a "click-to-call" capability which can be embedded into Web sites to instantly establish an Internet-based telephone connection between a customer and the site owner.
In addition to simultaneous voice and data transmission plus high-speed Internet access, GIC's solution provides many other productivity features such as: unified e-mail, voice mail and fax all through one Web mailbox; a "find me/follow me" function which forwards incoming calls to an off-site phone number or series of numbers via the Internet; and a "click-to-call" capability which can be embedded into Web sites to instantly establish an Internet-based telephone connection between a customer and the site owner.

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