The Stinger(R) DSL platform now supports the "triple play" of DSL services, including data, video and voice, including the recently launched Stinger(R) MRT-48A, the smallest digital subscriber line access concentrator with the highest-port density in the DSL market.
What does DSLAC stand for?
DSLAC stands for Digital Subscriber Line Access Concentrator
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- Downloadable Software License Agreement
- Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer
- Digital Subscriber Line Access Router
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- Dean's Special Leadership Committee (Cornell University; New York)
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Lucent Stinger(R) concentrators are part of Lucent's unique "triple play" offer, which includes the Lucent Stinger(R) Digital Subscriber Line Access Concentrator and supporting IP (Internet Protocol) services, Riverstone Ethernet gear, Juniper network routers, Lucent Ethernet over Sonet/SDH and optical transport solutions, and Lucent Worldwide Services.
Under the agreement, Lucent will provide Gateway with an integrated solution consisting of its MAX(TM) TNT wide area network (WAN) access switches, Stinger(TM) Digital Subscriber Line Access Concentrators (DSLAMs), Internet Call Diversion (ICD) for softswitch, a Bell Labs-developed "software switch" for IP networks, and Lucent's NavisAccess(TM) multiservice access management product.