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Allied Telesyn AT AR206 - DSL modem - external - USB - 8 Mbps

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      20.07.2007 08:36

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    The AT-AR206 ADSL USB modem supports downstream data rates at up to 8Mbps and upstream data rates of up to 1Mbps, over standard telephone lines. ADSL technology finally lets those high-bandwidth applications such as interactive gaming, streaming video and real-time audio perform as they always should have. Bulky email attachments and large file transfers are no longer an issue - it's a whole new way of working.

    The AT-AR206 is the ideal compact, space-saving solution to provide Plug & Play high-speed Internet access for the home user and teleworker. It is easy to install and use. No external power supply is needed because the device draws its power from the PC's USB port. Simply plug it into the PC USB port, connect up the ADSL, load the plug and play drivers and that's it! No opening of the PC to install PC cards and no need for Ethernet hubs or NICs. It's an ideal worry-free solution. The AT-AR206 can be installed with similar ease for both desktop and notebook PCs.

    Teleworkers can get secure access to the corporate intranet by using a Virtual Private Network (VPN), allowing fast, safe access to shared files and email. The AT-AR206 is a versatile solution for today's changing networks. ADSL - The Service of Choice The AT-AR206 uses the existing twisted-pair Plain Old Telephone System (POTS) to deliver high-speed access to the Internet, while maintaining standard telephone operation. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) technology is rapidly becoming the service of choice for high-bandwidth access to the home and office, allowing lightning-fast transmission of data, voice and image.

    The AT-AR206 is interoperable with a wide range of major DSLAMs and provides drivers to support all major PC operating systems. The AT-AR206 is compatible with both Full Rate and G.lite ADSL services - providing automatic detection of the service being used.