DSL Entering CNY Market

Dickinson, Casey J.
April 2000
Business Journal (Central New York);04/14/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 15, p14
Reports on companies that have introduced digital subscriber line (DSL) in upstate New York. Use of standard telephone lines to deliver data while leaving the line open for calls; DSL service's transmission of data over the line at a frequency not used for voice traffic; Forum with DSL providers to be held by the Central New York Communications Association in April 2000.


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