Technology glossary

By: Iserve  06-Dec-2011

ADSL (Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line) turns your standard copper phone line into a high-speed Internet connection, while allowing you to talk and surf at the same time. The theoretical top speed of ADSL is 7.6Mbs down and 768kps up – depending on such factors as the distance you are from the telephone exchange and the quality of wiring to and within your home.

ADSL2+ is basically new and improved ADSL. The theoretical top speed of ADSL2+ is 24Mbps down and 1Mbps up – depending on such factors as the distance you are from the unbundled telephone exchange and the quality of wiring to and within your home.


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06-Dec-2011

Awards

Orcon was named New Zealand's creative business of the year at the Communications Agency Association of New Zealand's annual AXIS awards, along with 8 other gold awards for the 'Together Incredible' advertising campaign. Orcon was a finalist in the Telecommunications Carrier of the Year category at the 2009 TUANZ Innovation Awards. Orcon was named the best value added service provider for 2010 in the annual CommsDay NZ awards.