ISDN is a high-speed, fully digital telephone service. Just
as compact discs have made recorded music digital, ISDN upgrades
today's analog telephone network to a digital system.
ISDN can operate at speeds up to 128 kilobits/second, which
is three or more times faster than today's analog modems.
ISDN can dramatically speed up transfer of information over
the Internet or over a remote LAN connection - especially
rich media like graphics, audio or video or applications that
normally run at LAN speeds.
The following links provide more information about ISDN and
what you need to know to get ISDN up and running. You can
read straight through or just browse selected topics.
- ISDN verses Frame Relay
- ISDN verses DSL
- ISDN Options
Other ISDN Information