IT INDIA '97/COMDEX
|December 4, 1997||
'56K is the end of the line for the analogue modem'Dr Dennis Packard is the Asia-Pacific director of Rockwell Semiconductors Systems Singapore. The company supplies core technologies for modems. The strategy is simple; stick to Internet access technologies and surf the big WWW wave.
Dr Packard believes that 56K is the end of the line for the analogue modem. So his company has developed a technology which puts digital
This means that if the server is fitted with CDSL, the client can log on with a regular modem and yet enjoy 56K plus connectivity!
Soon after he delivered a talk on 'Developing an Internet infrastructure', R Vijay Shankar cornered him for a quick 'n sharp spot interview, exclusive to Rediff On The Net:
At what stage is the development of Rockwell's CDSL technology?
What is your impression of the Internet usage growth rate in India?
In your impression, what is the biggest hurdle in the path of the Internet's growth in India?
Is Rockwell looking at any collaborative efforts in India?
What's been your impression of this event so far?
Also: Developing an Internet Infrastructure
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