Monthly Archives: May 2005

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antok na ko. nunayt na 😉 sarap ng kinakin namin kanina, pansit habhab hehehe emoticon si papa nagluto. read nyo yung bagong VDSL2 … asteeg 10 x Faster than ADSL … chaka yung article ko regarding success and failure. dedicate ko kasi yun sa friend ko eh. pag may nag react dito cia yun…

si yeyek nde pa nakikita tong site ko, kinagat daw ni chubby (pet nila) yung foneline nila. dedicate ko pa naman sa kanya to emoticon

ka text ko cia ngayon eh… pauwi na raw cla…

ako rin pauwi na. pauwi na sa taas hahaha tutulog na ko emoticon

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ITU highlights new broadband standard at 10 times the speed

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) finalized late last week the technical specifications for the very-high-bit-rate digital subscriber line 2 (VDSL2), said to be ten times faster than the asymmetric DSL (ADSL) standard currently offered by telecommunications carriers.

The new standard will allow operators to compete with cable and satellite providers by offering what the ITU calls a “super triple play” of video, Internet, and voice services.

Besides the standard high-speed Internet on regular copper lines, VDSL2 can carry services like high-definition TV, voice-on-demand, video conferencing, and voice-over-IP Unlike ADSL that offers up to 10 Megabytes per second (Mbps), VDSL2 delivers up to 100 Mbps on both upstream and downstream bandwidth.

The ITU has also specified that the VDSL2 would be inter-operable with existing DSL carrier equipment for easy migration. This would llow operators to immediately offer VDSL2 services to customers.
VDSL2 is also expected to be inter-operable with legacy asynchronous transfer mode networks and next-generation Internet Protocol-based networks.

VDSL2 is seen as the ideal accompaniment to a fiber-to-the-premises rollout, where fiber optic lines are used to link offices or residential areas to the public switched telephone network and ordinary copper cables used within the building to connect tenants or residents to high-speed services.

ITU Telecommunications Standardization Sector (ITU-T) study group chairman Yoichi Maeda said that the new standard would foster competition among carriers for high-speed equipment, assuring a level playing field for operators and equipment manufacturers.

"We have leveraged the strengths of ADSL, ADSL2+, and VDSL to achieve the very high performance levels you will see with VDSL2. This new standard is set to become an extremely important feature of the telecommunications landscape, and is a landmark achievement for our members, many of whom are relying on this recommendation to take their businesses to the next level," Maeda said.

Alexander Villafania
http://news.inq7.net/infotech/index.php?index=1&story_id=38677

On Success and Failure

(i have re-written this article because I find it very ‘relating’ with what most of us feel just right after we failed to achieve something we long for. btw, original author nito is my mom hehehe) here goes…

The dictionary is the only place where success comes before work. All men want to succeed, but some men want to succeed so much they’re willing to work to achieve it.

Nature gave men two ends – one to sit on, and one to think with. Man’s success or failure is dependent on the one he uses most. There isn’t any map on the road to success, You have to find your own way.

The man who tried his hand at something, and failed, might try using his head for a change. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to have faith in God if a man has too much faith in himself. Men sometimes credit themselves for their success, and God for their failures.

Failure is not the worst thing in the world. The very worst is not to try. There are only two kinds of failures: the man who will do nothing he is told, and the man who will do nothing else.

The last time you failed, did you stop trying because you failed – or did you fail because you stopped trying ? Failures are divided in to those who thought and never did, and those who did and never thought. You can always tell a failure by the way he criticizes success.

Behind every successful man there are usually a lot of unsuccessful years. You are not obligated to succeed. You are only obligated to do your best. Some men may succeed because they are destined to, but most men succeed because they are determined to. You certainly want to make good somewhere, so why not make good where you are ?

Remember that success or prosperity is not the monopoly of the rich and the wise alone, but is within the reach of anyone with strong resolve to strive for it. A wise man will not walk down the road of success with you. He’ll simply put you in the right direction. The reason some men don’t go very far in life is that they sidestep opportunity and shake hands with temptations.

To succeed – do the best you can, where you are, with what you have, No one is a failure who can truly say, “I have done my best.”
 

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