Rockwell ships V.90-based 56K modem chip sets

Rockwell Semiconductor Systems says it is shipping modem chip sets incorporating the new V.90 specifications that the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) finalised last week. Rockwell's chip sets include its K56flex technology and the ITU's new V.90 specifications to ensure continued and reliable 56Kbit/s connectivity for both client-side modems and central-site equipment as Internet service providers begin deploying service for the new V.90 standard. Rockwell's V.90-based modem chip sets include versions for desktop systems, mobile computers, and central-site modem equipment. Prices start at US$42.50 per unit.

Rockwell Semiconductor Systems says it is shipping modem chip sets incorporating the new V.90 specifications that the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) finalised last week.

Rockwell's chip sets include its K56flex technology and the ITU's new V.90 specifications to ensure continued and reliable 56Kbit/s connectivity for both client-side modems and central-site equipment as Internet service providers begin deploying service for the new V.90 standard.

Rockwell's V.90-based modem chip sets include versions for desktop systems, mobile computers, and central-site modem equipment. Prices start at US$42.50 per unit.

Rockwell Semiconductor Systems, in Newport Beach, California, can be reached at http://www.rss.rockwell.com/.

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