The battle between the X2 and K56Flex would-be standards for 56Kbps modems is set to become insignificant as more companies announce their plans to create modems at double the speed.
Today Boca Research said that it will introduce a 112Kbps modem which is set to make ISDN a redundant technology, it claimed.
The product effectively combines two 56Kbps modems and two telephone lines and is based on K56Flex technology.
That indicates support by Boca for the emerging 56Kbps technology standard, due to be agreed at a meeting of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in February.
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