Telecom operator Suntel, has launched a broadband internet card aimed at laptop users who opt for high bandwidth connectivity, the firm said Monday. Telecom operator Suntel, has launched a broadband internet card aimed at laptop users who opt for high bandwidth connectivity, the firm said Monday.
The private wireless local loop operator is using CDMA (code division multiple access) technology, to enable users to access surf from over 500 towns island wide.
CDMA uses cellular technology to provide low cost fixed-line telecommunication access to far flung regions in the country.
“With access to the CDMA platform, the user only needs to power up his or her laptop computer from any region within coverage, in order to go online,” the statement added.
The CDMA broadband card offers users a 153 kilo bits per second data transfer speed with email, internet and access to own VPNs (virtual private network).
The card can also support value added services such as voice functions, interactive voice response services, caller line identification, call lists and call forwarding, polyphonic ringing tones and directory features.