xDSL

3 Types of DSL to Meet Your Exact Need

Standard ADSL has been around for 10 years and has changed the way America goes on-line! During that time, vast improvements have been made to traditional "Digital Subscriber Line" service. AccessCom has deployed three improved versions of the service that increase bandwidth and/or increase the distance over which DSL services can be provided.


ADSL2

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line 2

ADSL2 increases the frequency of the old ADSL from 552 KHz to 1.1 MHz, which results in much faster speeds than Standard ADSL. Download speeds of up to 12 Mbps are possible, while upload speeds can get as high as 1 Mbps, making this product acceptable for business networks utilizing voice, data, and some video (downloads.) ADSL2 is "distance sensitive" as its performance is inversely proportional to the wire distance from the central distribution point. Priced identical to ADSL2+ the product is offered in locations where ADSL2+ is not available.

ADSL2+

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line 2 Plus

ADSL2+ doubles the frequency of the old ADSL2 from 1.1MHz to 2.2 MHz, which results in much faster speeds than ADSL2. Download speeds of up to 25 Mbps are possible, while upload speeds can get as high as 3 Mbps, making this product excellent for triple play networks (voice, data, and video). ADSL2+ is very "distance sensitive" as its performance is inversely proportional to the wire distance from the central distribution point. Download bandwidth of up to six Mbps is available for as low as $56 with a 3-year commitment.

Metro Ethernet (SHDSL.bis)

Symmetrical High-speed Digital Subscriber Line

Reliable broadband connection at a GREAT price is available NOW! SHDSL bandwidth users benefit from speeds up 5.7 Mbps per twisted pair of copper for both upload and download (symmetrical) per circuit. This service is ideal for e-mail and web based applications and/or services. Multiple circuits can be bonded together to achieve bandwidth in excess of 45 Mbps. Please see the AHA section for more information.