Bernard Tyers. B.Tech.Elec. Mail: btyers at snet.wit.ie, Web: snet.wit.ie/bbt
> > Price wise I mean. I can't see businesses getting ISDN in if they can get
> > those kinds of speeds.
Well, IMHO, where they went wrong with ISDN, was for a long time, noone
knew what was happening with ISDN, was it coming, was it not..Noone waited
around for things to settle..
> Are you sure that it is a who e Mb/s upload
I thought that it was about half that . I could be wrong though..
No the standard is "supposed" to be 8Mb down and 1/2Mb up.
> we won't know about price until they tell us, but it works over a
> bog-standard phone line, so it has to be as reasonable as ISDN really,
> insofar as the pricing of ISDN is reasonable. i think the line rental (~20)
> for ISDN is too much.
> the speed is dependant on the provider. i think there's a site at adsl.com.
Yup, there is also a www.adsl.org site. It gives a good overview on the
technology used. Also have a look in the Data Communications magazine, or
on their website. They give alot of info on ADSL/ ISDN comparions.
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