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DSLDiesel
DSLDigital Subscriber Line (Internet)
DSLDomain Specific Language
DSLDésolé (French: sorry)
DSLDictionary of the Scots Language
DSLDamn Small Linux
DSLDigital Subscriber Loop (less common)
DSLDivision of State Lands (US Army Corps of Engineers)
DSLDigital Signal Level
DSLDivision of Student Life (various schools)
DSLDefinitive Software Library
DSLDeep Scattering Layer
DSLDigital Subscriber Line
DSLDigital Subscriber Loop
DSLDictionary Specification Language
DSLDialog Specification Language
DSLDigital Service Line
DSLDepartment of Student Life (various schools)
DSLDesign Science License
DSLDéveloppement Social Local (French: Local Social Development)
DSLDistribution Services Limited (Demerara Distillers Limited)
DSLDistrict de Services Locaux (French: Local Service District; Canada)
DSLDomestic Substance List
DSLDirect Subscriber Line
DSLDelta Service Location (France)
DSLDeaf Sign Language
DSLDon't Stay Long
DSLAhava Dead Sea Laboratories (Israel)
DSLDeep Submergence Laboratory (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
DSLDirect Satellite Link
DSLDowney Savings & Loan (California)
DSLDictionary Specification Language (ABBYY Software House)
DSLDigital System Laboratory (Thailand)
DSLDirect Strike Lightning
DSLDynamic Simulation Language
DSLDenver & Salt Lake (Railroad)
DSLDupré Sports Loisirs (French sports leisure organization)
DSLDeutsche Siedlungs- und Landesrentenbank
DSLDistributed Service Logic
DSLDistributed Simulation Laboratory
DSLDialogue Scripting Language
DSLDéveloppements Services Logistiques (France: Developments Logistics Services)
DSLDigital Spectralog
DSLDown Stage Left
DSLDisplay Switch Locator (SL) Routing (US DoD)
DSLDigital-system Specification Language
DSLData Set Label
DSLDistal Sesamoidean Ligament (horses)
DSLDynamic Super Linear Bass
DSLDocument Summary List
DSLDoctor of Strategic Leadership
DSLDecision Support Language
DSLDefence Science Laboratory (India)
DSLDeposito Sin Libreta (Spanish: No Deposit Book)
DSLDisability Sick Leave
DSLDown Shop Lead (EOT crane power source)
DSLData Structure Language
DSLDemonstrated Senior Logistician
DSLData Set Language
DSLData Simulation Language
DSLDrumsynth Live (fruityloops studio generator plugin)
DSLDrawing and Specification Listing
DSLDigital Signature Layer (email encryption)
DSLDepot Supply Level
DSLDental System Light
DSLDumb Stupid Loser
DSLDog Leg Severity (oil industry, drilling)
DSLDesignated Substance List (Canada)
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Against the backdrop of soaring demand for DSL, service providers are under immense pressure to assure the huge infrastructure relentlessly offers the level of service anticipated by customers.
Customers who subscribe to any FastAccess DSL service receive premium content, chat services, multiple mailboxes and storage space.
Points in each DSL are sorted according to x-coordinates, but an over-populated strip should be split with regard to y.
"BPL can certainly provide an avenue for a number of folks who haven't adopted broadband yet because it's at a slightly lower cost than say DSL and it can be deployed in more rural areas.., the wires are already in the house or in the ground."
DSL also allows telcos to follow a migration strategy for deployment.
DSL issued the permit and made findings that: "The record is inconclusive with regard to whether the project, for which the fill or removal is proposed, will address a public need." The findings went on to note the market demand that may drive the need for a Walmart store as well as question the long-term economic benefits for such a project.
The alliance between DSL and Cicada offers a range of outsourced solutions to address these and allied problems confronting the financial services industry today.
Since DSL and G-fast work with copper, they don't need new infrastructure to be laid down.
The forum said the global number of DSL subscribers for 2003 represents a 72-fold jump from 1999, signifying the fast pace of expansion of broadband Internet services.
While 100 Mbp/s ultra-broadband access can be made available relatively quickly by utilizing legacy copper-line resources, using DSL technology to provide 1,000 Mbp/s bandwidths within 100 meters of twisted pairs is much more complex.
"There are a number of drivers and challenges for DSL services and equipment, and, as a component-level device, DSL IC shipments are largely a function of the growth of DSL services," said Sam Lucero, industry analyst with In-Stat/MDR.