ADSL/XDSL (Broadband Internet)

Thanks to ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) - users can access to the Internet with high speed while talking on the phone. For this, a single line is enough. There are many DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) but the most used is ADSL (Asymmetric DSL). (Asimmetrik DSL). Asimmetrik DSL is called asymmetric because of the different speeds of data transmission.

One of the advantages of ADSL is that there is no need for special lines. POTS (Plain Old Telephone System) is based on so-called existing copper telephone wires connected through. ADSL is the name given to modems not to phone lines.

Ethernet ports 10/100 Mbit / s

The term Ethernet" comes from the Latin word aether meaning "ether”. It is a package of technology of local computer networks.

Basic characteristics of Ethernet local networks:

  • 10 BASE 2 Thin Coaxial (RG-58 Ohm) cable
  • 10 BASE 5 Thick Coaxial (RG-11 Ohm) cable
  • 100 Base T Twisted pair UTP 5
  • 100 BASE F Optic cable

VPLS, VLL services
LAN, MAN, WAN networks
Organization of video conferences
Distance education;
Creation of Data Centers
Installation of security cameras
Installation of ATM and POS terminals (IP)
Connection to Settlement and Clearing System for Small Payments (XÖHKS) and Centralized Information System for Mass Payments (KÖMIS) of Central Bank
Billing system