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New intelligent PCI-bus modem supports Linux

Jun 29, 2000 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Zoom Telephonics announced Linux support for its latest intelligent PCI-bus 56K modem, the Model 2920. The device is targeted at applications requiring maximum processing power, plus easy system integration. A built-in coprocessor and DSP control commands and data compression, relieving the host processor from that overhead. The Model 2920 is dual mode, incorporating both the ITU V.90 and the K56flex data standards.

 
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