MegaPath offers ADSL2+

What: ADSL2+

Why you should care: ADSL2+ is an International Telecommunications Union standard that offers better downstream data rates than ADSL2--up to around 24 Mbps, as well as upstream rate improvements useful for peer-to-peer and upload applications. One of the original intentions of the standard was also to correct crosstalk problems inherent in earlier technology.

Who's using it: Several equipment vendors offer gear compatible with ADSL2+, and just this week, service provider MegaPath said it is offering ADSL2+ service to small and medium-sized businesses.

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