DSL line sharing: No real problems

November 1999
Multichannel News;11/29/99, Vol. 20 Issue 49, p59
Reports on the announcement made by local-exchange carriers in the United States that there are no major technical issues hindering their provision of broadband-data services over shared incumbent phone-company lines. Positive effect of Federal Communications Commission's order mandating line sharing for digital-subscriber-line (DSL) services to DSL providers competing with cable systems for high-speed data customers.


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