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Host: Andy Bray, Independent Consultant, Light Reading Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Time: 12:00PM New York/ 5:00PM London
Overview: DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is the world's most widely deployed broadband access technology. It has enhanced users' experience of the Internet, provided access to digitized content, and fuled the delivery of streaming video and the development of online gaming. Today, service providers must ensure their DSL offerings can compete against other market options from cable operators. One way to do so, is by offering services over VDSL(2) - very high-speed DSL - a new version of DSL, which gives service providers the ability to deliver even higher bandwidth and more enhanced services to consumer and business customers.
This session will outline what VDSL2 is, which are its competitive differentiators and benefits, and how it allows service providers to compete with cable and satellite operators - by enabling the delivery of enhanced voice, video and data services over a standard copper telephone cable.