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Fraunhofer and QSC sign deal to enhance broadband SDSL

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Fraunhofer and QSC sign deal to enhance broadband SDSLThe Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics has entered into a technology partnership agreement with QS Communications, a German provider of Internet access using SDSL (symmetric

Fraunhofer and QSC sign deal to enhance broadband SDSL

The Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics has entered into a technology partnership agreement with QS Communications, a German provider of Internet access using SDSL (symmetric DSL) technology. Under terms of the agreement, QSC will gain access to all of the computer and related Internet technologies being developed at Fraunhofer’s lab in Providence, RI, and Fraunhofer will collaborate with QSC on new technology development related to the use of SDSL in business and residential applications. QSC claims to have the most extensive DSL-based broadband access network in Germany, with more than 420 locations in 24 cities.

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