In the Fast Lane

Derk, James; Kaelble, Steve
June 1999
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun99, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p33
Reports on the emergence of low-cost, high-speed Internet services in Indiana. Background on high-speed connections; Use of integrated services digital networks by local telephone companies; Features of Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line.


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