Euro-ISDN

Euro-ISDN

European Integrated Services Digital Network.

An ETSI standard for Integrated Services Digital Network being phased in in March 1994. Euro-ISDN will allow full transparent interworking between all European countries (members of the CEPT). It is available on a commercial basis in most European countries.
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Worldwide network services company Black Box has launched its Basic Rate Euro-ISDN Tester.
The Basic Rate Euro-ISDN Tester can be either used in the field or left connected on-site to track errors and automatically inform a central monitoring centre of any possible problem.
All assisted project have succeeded in "contributing materially to the achievement of the guidelines' objectives" The Commission reports that the Euro-ISDN level of penetration is over 5% of telephone lines in at least eight Member States.
It includes an NDIS WAN Miniport driver for Windows 95 including the ISDN Layer 3 stack supporting worldwide ISDN switches such as AT&T 5ESS, Northern Telecom DMS-100, National ISDN-1/2, NTT INS net64 and Euro-ISDN DSS1.
Largely because Euro-ISDN has become a truly pan-European advanced telecom network, the acceptance of the transport system as a networking platform already is widespread.
At mid-networks 1995, 26 within Europe and abroad were offering a uniform service based on Euro-ISDN standards.
Swiss Telecom, for example, was one of the first network operators to provide full EURO-ISDN coverage (October 1992) and to introduce network terminating units with two analog interfaces.
The system, which comes with 2-128 extensions, is fully compatible with Euro-ISDN and analogue standards and offers a migration path for new applications such as DECT wireless and CTI (Computer Telephony Integration).

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