ADSL is fine for the consumer, but not a suitable replacement for the more
conventional line types for servers.
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of George G. Stossel
> Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 1998 9:56 AM
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> Subject: [NTISP] ** ADSL Connections **
> The phone company in our area is launching ADSL (Asymmetric Digital
> Subscriber Line) in January. This technology is essentially a
> Frame-Relay connection for the end-user at a fraction of the cost. The
> customer is paying the phone company about $100/month for the circuit,
> but has the potential of receiving a full T1 and sending 75% depending
> on copper quality, according to the phone company. We see this as is a
> very cheap T1 connection, but feel the customer may expect our band
> width to be as inexpensive as the connection.
> I am looking for some ideas on how to price the bandwidth?
> George G. Stossel, President Phone:
> DACOR, Inc. FAX: 419.353.0149
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