ADSL is a technology developed for high-speed, uninterrupted communication which is provided for office and home users. Employing this technology, users only by using a phone line can be connected to the Internet permanently and at high speeds.
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) is a type of DSL broadband communications technology used for connecting to the Internet. ADSL allows more data to be sent over existing telephone lines (POTS) when compared to traditional modem lines. Since the signal over regular telephone wires cannot transfer very far, ADSL can be used at short distances, usually less than 5 kilometers
It should be pointed out that in the ADSL2+ technology provided by Wenex, the data transfer rate is higher than the conventional ADSL systems, as well as its covered distance. The download speed is 8 MB/s in ADSL, while in the ADSL2+ systems it is up to 25 MB/s, which means an increase of more than 3x. In the ADSL2 + technology provided by Wenex, it is also possible to provide services to customers up to 8 km distance