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Colloquium - Hogan

Digital Subscriber Line Technologies: Removing the "Last Mile" Bottleneck
Teresa (Terry) Hogan
U S WEST
8/28/1997
3:45pm-4:45pm

Digital Subscriber Line technologies have quickly become the hot topic in the technical media. The idea of pushing megabits of data down a traditional pair of copper wires has the entire industry frantically creating, testing and trialing equipment from many vendors.

There are, however, several issues that must be resolved before DSL can become a reality. These issues include topics such as loop length and cross-talk. U S WEST has positioned itself as an early adopter of DSL technology, and has plans for rapid deployment. Find out both general technical and U S WEST specific details on the DSL uproar. What exactly makes DSL different than ISDN or other digitized data technologies, and what will U S WEST be deploying in the Denver/Boulder region?

Refreshments will be served immediately before the talk at 3:30pm.
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