telephony modem


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telephony modem

(1) An analog modem. See modem.

(2) A device that adapts an analog phone to a cable or DSL network for voice over IP (VoIP). See analog telephone adapter.

(3) A combination analog telephone adapter and DOCSIS cable modem. See E-MTA.
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Touchstone Telephony Modems are uniquely designed to easily and consistently deliver carrier-grade VoIP service, despite the inherent challenges present in many subscribers' homes: most notably the range in quality and quantity of telephones, in-home wiring, fax machines and modems present.
"The selection of both the ARRIS CMTS and the Touchstone Telephony Modem ensures Comcast's phone service will be of the quality and reliability needed to compete with local carriers."
ARRIS' Touchstone Telephony Modem has earned CableLabs DOCSIS 1.1 Certified status.
"This certification allows us the opportunity to quickly get to market with the Touchstone Telephony Modem, a certified DOCSIS 1.1 voice enabled cable modem."

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