WHAT IS ADSL?
An Asymmetric Digital Subscriber line (ADSL) is a cost effective technology that allows data to be transmitted digitally at high speeds over ordinary copper telephone lines.
This technology that enables faster data transmission over copper telephone than a conventional voice band modem can provide. It does this by utilizing frequencies that are not used by a voice telephone call. A splitter, or DSL filter, allows a single telephone connection to be used for both ADSL service and voice calls at the same time.
At the telephone exchange the line generally terminates at a digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM) where another frequency splitter separates the voice band signal for the conventional phone network. Data carried by the ADSL are typically routed over the telephone company's data network and eventually reach a conventional Internet Protocol network.
An ADSL broadband connection is provided over a standard telephone. This can be provided over an existing telephone line infrastructure. Pink IP converts a portion of this line to ADSL, which can be used for VoIP and uncapped Internet connectivity.
- Wide selection of ADSL Packages (capped and uncapped)
- Various line speeds ranging from 2Mb up to 40MB lines.
- All data services can have fixed IP addresses
- IPC managed to ensure that voice and data services are uninterrupted and of high quality.
- Risks of SIP hacking and service degradation removed by secure end points.
- ADSL does not affect the analogue service on a subscriber’s line as it is protected by a POTS filter.