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Dial-up Modems

Controller-based, controllerless or softmodem? 33.6 modem or 56K modem? What's the difference? USRobotics will show you how modems work so you can pick the one you need.

Why use a modem?

Modems are ideal for applications where an “always-on” connection is not required, such as sales kiosks and point of sales terminals. They are also ideal for secondary and tertiary backup systems behind today’s high speed Internet connections. Many companies use modems to ensure their network will remain functional in the event their T1, ADSL, or cable Internet connection is unavailable or disabled.

V.92 - the standard in 56K speed

Find out how V.92 can let you do more with your 56K modem. V.92 technology has features that will let you make the most of your internet connection. Find out if your modem is eligible for a free upgrade to V.92!

56K Emergency Backup

Find out how a 56K modem can get you back online, even when your broadband is down or you aren't at home. Find out how you can be prepared and set up your own dialup access in case of an emergency!

Courier Modems - Business

Not all modems are created equal. Find out what puts the “business” in a Courier Business Modem.

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