Plain Old Telephone System


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Plain Old Telephone System

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For carriers that are faced with the triple threat of voice, data, and video service from cable operators, video delivered over the plain old telephone system is the ace in the hole," said Mark Bieberich, senior analyst at Yankee Group.
Pulse, a Technitrol company (NYSE:TNL), today announced the availability of an asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) splitter with excellent attenuation at DSL frequencies using a special filter topology, customized for plain old telephone system (POTS) configurations in Japan.
The IVD chipset is the only ADSL transceiver chipset with an integrated Plain Old Telephone System (POTS) splitter and support for baseband voice processing.
The Cisco LRE 48 Plain Old Telephone System (POTS) Splitter is a 48-port device ideal for installations where the PBX system is onsite and POTS traffic must co-exist over the same telephone line.
Computers, which don't have ears, are the new butlers, and in place of ormolu and marble, there are ISDN phone lines, which whisk their way to the Internet at nearly five times the speed of plain old telephone systems (POTS).
DataMEG Corporation has developed a proprietary technology, the Communications Acceleration System (CAS), which processes data over Plain Old Telephone Systems (POTS) at transmission speeds well in excess of other conventional data transmission technologies.