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What does DVDDS stand for?

DVDDS stands for Digital Video and Data Delivery System (MPhase)


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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OTCBB: XDSL), the leading designer of broadcast digital television and high-speed data solutions for the telecommunications industry, announced that joint venture partner mPhaseTelevision has signed an affiliate agreement with Discovery Networks for the purpose of retransmitting their content via copper telephone wires using DSL technology, and more specifically, utilizing the mPhase Traverser(TM) Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS).
Partnering with Hart Telephone, the mPhase Traverser(TM) Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS) takes advantage of proprietary DSL technology to bundle live digital television content, broadband Internet access and regular phone service, simultaneously over existing copper telephone lines.
This marks the first time that television rebroadcast rights have been awarded to the Company for the purposes of delivering high-quality content over copper telephone wires using DSL technology, and more specifically, utilizing its proprietary Traverser Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS).
We are pleased to report another quarter of progress in our strategic plan to increase shareholder value by continuing to book revenues from our DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) Components Line, advancing the market entry of our proprietary Traverser Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS) and increasing our efforts to get industry and financial analyst coverage," said mPhase president and CEO Ronald A.
The patented technology enables the Traverser Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS) to deliver television signals in their native MPEG-2 format utilizing a NIP (Non Internet Protocol) -based medium, thus avoiding concerns over packet retransmission and quality issues.
OTC BB: XDSL), the leading designer of broadcast digital television and high-speed data solutions for the telecommunications industry, unveiled its Non-Internet Protocol (NIP)-based digital television headend for the Traverser(TM) Digital Video and Data Delivery System (DVDDS) at Hart Telephone in Hartwell, Georgia.