SDSL

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AcronymDefinition
SDSLSymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
SDSLSite-Directed Spin Labeling (proteins)
SDSLSynchronous Dsl
SDSLSymmetrical Dsl
SDSLSingle Line Dsl
SDSLSingle-line Digital Subscriber Line
SDSLSynchronous Digital Subscriber Line
SDSLSingle-Pair Digital Subscriber Line
SDSLSouth Dakota State Library (Pierre, SD)
SDSLSymmetrical Single Pair Bitrate Digital Subscriber Line
SDSLSeismic Data System Library
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HDSL2 is a symmetric digital subscriber line technology designed to address business applications while maintaining compatibility with existing services, including T1, HDSL, ADSL and ISDN.
For the SME sector, SDSL (symmetric digital subscriber line) technologies show the greatest uptake due to its affordability and standardisation, whereas leased lines will remain the preferred technology in the enterprise sector.
UK ISP Eclipse Internet is beginning to take online orders for Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) broadband technology.
Interspeed designs, develops and markets advanced high-speed data communications solutions based on symmetric digital subscriber line technology.
(Nasdaq:MTLK), a fabless semiconductor company and leading provider of high-performance, symmetric digital subscriber line (DSL) chip sets.
Alcatel ke Kommunikations-Elektronik (Alcatel/ke) and Level One Communications (Nasdaq:LEVL) have signed an agreement to jointly develop Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) technologies suitable for regional and international standards.
Efficient Networks (Nasdaq:EFNT) has announced that the next release of its SpeedStream(R) 5851 symmetric digital subscriber line (SDSL) router and SpeedStream 7451 integrated access device (IAD) will support AutoBaud operation, a technology developed by Conexant Systems Inc.
(Nasdaq:ASND), Alameda, Calif., a leader in wide area networking (WAN) and Intelligent Networking (IN) solutions for providers and users of the next- generation public network, has announced that it is the first company to ship high-speed Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line (SDSL) with 2.3 Mbps, which enables multiple service offerings and customization capabilities on one high-density DSLTNT platform.