SPOTLIGHT: New Edge launches DSL service classes


New Edge Networks, which may be the brightest side of EarthLink these days, announced the launch of five new multi-protocol label switching-based services classes for its business market DSL broadband access offerings. It's an effort to bring the data traffic tagging and prioritization techniques associated with more expensive services into the DSL world. New Edge has been testing methods for about three months before this launch.

For more:
- check out this press release on Edge's DSL service

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