VDSL VDSL stands for Very High Speed Dsl. It is a technology designed specifically for companies, as its performances can go well beyond the traditional speed offered by ADSL connectivity. As a matter of fact, the VDSL connectivity exceeds the 24Mbit / s that characterize the ADSL. It is, in short, an ultra-wide band that does not use optical fibre, but a device installed directly on the control unit. Here are its features:
- it allows the transmission of both data traffic and voice traffic
- while the ADSL relies on a band that ranges from 0.14 to 2.2 Mhz, the VDSL uses a band that can reach up to 35 MHZ.
- reduced signal losses
- transmission speed up to 40 Gbt/s
- no need to rely on repeaters
- transport capacity of the exponentially higher signal than copper
- data security