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Sites that are Cable Modem "informative" sites which detail specifics about what it is and how it works.

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Cable Modems offer a very high speed connection to the Internet, up to 10 MB's per second also known as a "broadband network bridge," and is not technically a modem.
Please submit only site with a global focus on DSL technologies. Sites specific to ADSL, IDSL, SDSL, etc. Should be listed in a separate sub category. Do NOT submit ISP listings.
DSL is a high speed data transmission technology quickly adopted by local telephone companies to provide high speed Internet access using the current copper infrastructure.
Web sites that are informative in nature about Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) will be accepted for submission. There is no guarantee that your site will be added to this category. Sites for vendor should be submitted in the Ethernet/Distributors or Ethernet/Manufacturer Category.

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Ethernet is used mostly in local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) using CSMA/CD access method and is the most popular cabling technology. The most commonly installed Ethernet systems were called 10BASE-T, which provided transmission speeds of up to 10 Mbps.
Please only submit site useful for Frame Relay resources and references. No businesses looking for frame relay traffic need apply.
Frame relay is an extremely efficient data transmission technique used to send digital information such as voice, data, local area network (LAN), and wide area network (WAN) traffic quickly and cost-efficiently to many destinations from one port.

Sites that install data equipment, computer, LAN, WAN, fire etc. Low voltage wiring for residential and business. If your company also Installs Telephone Equipment or wires for telephone equipment, please submit your site to Telephone Vendors.

Please do NOT submit sites that cover a single technology. Those should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory of Computers/Data_Communications. Also please only submit sites that are news and/or media.
Reports, newsletters, and publications that focus on multiple areas of data communications such as Cable, DSL, Ethernet, Frame Relay, Modems, and Telephony.
Non-Vendor Organizations that are predominantly focussed on issues surrounding Data Communications - from the physical layer through to the application layer.
Tutorials, White Papers, Glossaries, and On-line Instruction in various aspects of data communications.
Sites that develop or distribute data communication software will be accepted for submission into this category.

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Data Communication software is software that allows a user to interchange information between two or more entities. Software can as complex as a network traffic analyzer and as simple as a ping/traceroute program. Data Communication Software is a broad description that contains software of different types running on different applications using different architectures.
Products, services, and companies related to the integration of computers and telephone systems. Sometimes also called Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) or, more narrowly, voice over IP (VoIP).
Please submit no listings for shareware to this category, nor listings for re-sellers of products or services to this category or any category under this heading.

There is a sub-category for fax-centric solutions, and a category for UM Service providers.

This category is for developers of software or software/hardware solutions for Unified Messaging(UM), the cross-medium support of multiple message formats. "Unified Messaging is the integration of several different communications media, such that users will be able to retrieve and send voice, fax, and e-mail messages from a single interface, whether it be a wireline phone, wireless phone, PC, or Internet-enabled PC."
Sites that sell and install networks.
This category covers the broad range of categories in Wireless. The subcategories focus in on more technical aspects of wireless. Most sites in this top category are "informative" in nature. Please select the best category for your submission. Business to Business sites will NOT be accepted for submission.

If your site is affiliated with a business in anyway, please submit your site to a business category i.e. Business/Telecommunications/ and find the category that fits your site. If you do not, editor may delete or redirect the site to a different category.

Editor reserves right to change link and site description for category. Please limit all site descriptions to no more then 2-3 sentences.

Wireless has many definitions and subsets. 1. It is the fixed point-to-point signal transmissions that occur through the air over a terrestrial microwave platform which does not require satellite feeds or local phone service. 2. It can also be signal transmissions between cellular phones, PDA's, and other mobile devices.
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