A brief summary of Digital Subscriber Lines

16.12.2013 Rezman Mirsom


Digital Subscriber Lines are connections that serve individuals by providing them with high speed Internet 24 hours a day. DSL gave people an alternative to dial-up modems and also makes use of a constant connection.



DSL provide increased bandwidth which means that people get to have the chance to access a larger volume of data and a constant supply of the same. Previously people lacked the opportunity to send and receive a large bandwidth of data and information since most cabled networks are normally restricted to a particular range of bandwidth. DSL is a service that is used by the telephone firms through the digital lines to supply Internet to residential areas and to individual small businesses. With this in mind, in 2012 over 367 million individuals worldwide have tagged into the platform and enjoyed this service, cementing the notion of having a source of Internet that matters and one that is high on the speed.



The beauty of DSL is that it has an independent working formula and hence cannot interfere with the working of the voice calls service. In this form, people can rest assured that they will have efficiency and operational ease all bundled into one major setting and this is what describes the DSL. DSL services have been used for a while now and the results have exceeded every bit of expectation that had been placed and this is a direct pointer to the eventual fact that DSL is the best mode of communication and data transfer. Though people are fast moving to the wireless networks, DSL remains the most reliable setting that people can be proud of.


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