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xDSL is

the sum total of digital subscriber line (DSL) technologies that utilize telephone exchanges to provide Internet transmissions to subscribers of the service. xDSL typically provides "last‐mile technologies"; i.e. are used between a telephone switching station and a home or office, and not between switching stations; and vary in transmission methods based on the service provider, equipment used, geographical location and the customer.[1]

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