Going great guns, Covad is worthy of watching

Dix, John
August 1999
Network World;08/02/99, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p34
Trade Publication
Features Covad Communications Co. which adheres to the digital subscriber line (DSL) technology. Role of DSL Access Multiplexers; Comparison with upgrading with cable television systems to support cable modems; Covad's target market; Prices for the firm's services.


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