1-Meg Modem


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1-Meg Modem

An earlier data access device from Nortel Networks that provided up to 960 Kbps downstream and 120 Kbps upstream over a standard telephone line. It used 10Base-T Ethernet to connect to the computer, while an RJ-11 passthrough allowed a phone, fax or analog modem to use the line simultaneously.
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net (OTC BB:IJNT), an Internet access and telecommunications provider and Web development company, has introduced the 1-Meg Modem, deployed by its UrJet Backbone Network subsidiary.
A principal advantage of the 1-Meg Modem is its ease of installation, says Nortel's marketing manager, high-speed networks, Mike Godfrey.
Nortel Networks has signed a multi-year deal, worth several million dollars, to resell RedBack Networks' Subscriber Management System 1000 in its 1-Meg Modem network systems.
This network will allow it to provide simultaneous voice and data services supported by various levels of firewall security systems and multi-protocol DSL services that will include Voice over DSL and Nortel Networks' 1-Meg modem, DMS 100/500 switches, AccessNode Express, Passport, and Shasta 5000.
In addition, Diamond recently announced an agreement with Nortel to use its 1-Meg modem technology in the development of a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) based PCI card modem.
The company is using Nortel Network's 1-Meg Modem, which allows someone to surf the Internet and talk on the telephone at the same time on the same line.
This will be supported by various levels of firewall security systems and multi-protocol DSL services that include Nortel Networks 1-Meg Modem, SDSL, IDSL, Full Rate ADSL, HDSL2, and Voice-over-DSL.
Lite, 1-Meg Modem, Hybrid Fiber Coax and integrated voice and data strategies.
Lite, HDSL22, SDSL and VDSL in addition to our 1-Meg Modem `Speedbox' DSL product.
The switch is up and running; and we have begun beta tests of the 1-Meg Modem and other peripheral network elements connected to the switch and to our ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) backbone.
a) Nortel Networks, 1-Meg Modem, and Succession are trademarks of Nortel Networks.
Another key element of TriVergent's plan is the use of Nortel Networks' products including the award-winning 1-Meg Modem (DSL), AccessNode* Express, DMS*, and Passport*.