What is DSL?
Digital Subscriber Line is the next generation modem-like technology that allows for the transmission of voice, video and data over existing copper telephone lines at incredible megabit speeds.
DSL provides dedicated bandwidth that can be up to 278 times faster than a 28.8 Kbps modem, 143 times faster than 56Kbps modem, 62 times faster than ISDN and up to 4 times faster than a T1 connection. That's really fast!
Even better, DSL uses your ordinary phone line but doesn't tie it up -- you can access the Internet while you are using the same line for conversation or faxing. In addition, you stay connected -- there's no dialing up or waiting for busy signals.
Key Benefits of DSL
- Affordable High-Speed Internet Access.
- Same Phone Line for Voice Calls and Internet.
- Uses Existing Wire
- Dedicated Connection
LAN DSL Access allows all employees high speed, simultaneous, Internet access for Web browsing.
Improve Communications with Customers, Vendors and between Employees: Internet Email messages arrive at your local Internet Email server and instantaneously informs the recipient allowing for better, faster communication.
Provide Customers with Access to Product or Services Information: A dedication connection to the Internet allows you to host your own Internet Web Site on your LAN. You can interact one-on-one with your customers, enjoy broader exposure to the marketplace, conduct business transactions electronically, and provide cost effective customer service around the clock.
Connect Employees to Critical Data and Applications: A Frame Relay Internet connection enables your organization to provide remote users (telecommuters or traveling salespeople or executives) the ability to connect to a local ISP and through your dedicated Internet connection remotely access the company network, files and applications without the need of modem pools and modem lines and long distance telco charges.
- Empower Employees and Management with the power of the Internet:
The CompuWave Advantage
CompuWave will design the solution, configure the equipment, install the products, document procedures, train users and administration staff and provide post-project support and maintenance.
Single Vendor Coordination: CompuWave System Engineers can implement all technical aspects of the project such as programming and deploying the router, configuring and deploying the MS Windows NT network and servers, setting up the Internet Email server, managing the Telco install and coordinating with the Internet Service Provider and the Internic.
Toll Free Technical Support: Customers can dial a toll free number (800) 55-CWAVE Ext. 117 to connect to CompuWave's Network Support Center and receive assistance on network, users or even application issues. This service reduces the cost or need for customers to invest in additional expensive technical resources.