The Telecom Digest for September 20, 2010
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Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2010 00:45:11 -0400
From: Monty Solomon <email@example.com>
Subject: AT&T To Squeeze Four HD Streams Into U-verse TV Homes
AT&T To Squeeze Four HD Streams Into U-verse TV Homes
Telco's U-verse Services on Track to Generate $4 Billion in 2010
By Todd Spangler -- Multichannel News, 9/16/2010 4:29:31 PM
AT&T will let U-verse TV customers access up to four high-definition
channels simultaneously by the end of the year, thanks to a
combination of DSL upgrades and improvements in MPEG-4 compression.
Until now, AT&T has allowed customers of the IPTV service to access a
maximum of three HD channels at once, because of bandwidth
***** Moderator's Note *****
OK, so why can't they lower their rates for phone calls?
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2010 07:16:17 -0700 (PDT)
From: SVU <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Managing text based systems
On Sep 9, 8:22 pm, Allen <allendl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for any opensource software that is known for being a good
> product to manage text based equipment. I'm talking about x.25 packet
> switches, routers, and terminal servers. Is anybody using a product
> that can be used to capture input from users and equipment in order to
> create GUI inputs and outputs? It would really be nice if it is web
> Allen D. Lung
The best thing I have found for using GUIs to automating the
management of text based systems is the freeware AutoIt. It will allow
you to create scripts that interact with GUI based and text based
systems. You will need a terminal emulator that can be scripted, such
as procomm, smarterm, teraterm, hummingbird, etc.
***** Moderator's Note *****
Every terminal emulator I've used has a built-in "macro" languarge to
automate repetitive tasks. What does "AutoIt" do that the macro
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