Wireline

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Wireline

The use of an Ethernet or other cable to connect a computer to the Internet or another computer. The advent of wireless technology has made it less common for home computers.
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Looking ahead, Hiener believes there will be a monumental shift in the way wireline companies try to offer new products and bundle services to retain consumers.
In the meantime, wireline as a standalone function is dying a slow death.
The report, based on a survey of 1000 household decision makers, explores the impacts of wireline number portability on both the wireline and wireless telephony markets.
If LNP is implemented quickly and smoothly between wireline and wireless carriers - a big 'if' given what has happened so far with wireless to wireless portability - the historical rate of wireline displacement will likely double.
The PACS system combines the best qualities of wireline and cellular networks, and is designed for efficient, quality service in high density environments at a low cost.