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207 South Street

Boston, MA 02111

United States

Phone: 617-423-1072

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Zoom Telephonics, Inc. designs, produces, markets, sells, and supports broadband and dial-up modems, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless products, and other communication-related products. Products The company’s dial-up modems connect personal computers and other devices to the local telephone line for transmission of data, fax, voice, and images. Its dial-up modems enable personal computers and other devices to connect to other computers and networks, including the Internet. Its asymmetric digital subscriber line modems, known as ADSL modems or DSL modems, provide a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet through a telephone line that connects to compatible DSL equipment in or near the central telephone office. The company ships a line of DSL modems. Its primary DSL product includes a router, a four-port switch, a firewall, a wireless-N access point, and other improved features. The company’s product line includes mobile broadband modems, mobile broadband routers, and mobile broadband modem/router combinations. Its product line includes wireless products, including wireless-N network products, Bluetooth products, and wireless keyboards. These products provide communication between devices that are within a quarter mile or less of each other, depending on the specific product. Its product line also includes dialers, and Zoom authored and owns some dialer-related patents. The majority of the company’s products facilitate communication of data through the Internet. Its dial-up modems could also link computers, point-of-purchase terminals, or other devices to each other through the traditional telephone network without using the Internet. The company’s cable modems use the cable-TV cable and its DSL modems use the local telephone line to provide a high-speed link to the Internet. Its mobile broadband modems use a cellular service provider’s network to provide a high-speed link to the network. The company’s wireless-N network products communicate with a broadband modem for access to the Internet. Some of its Bluetooth wireless products, such as its Bluetooth modem, are designed for Internet access. The company’s dialers could be used to route voice calls to a VoIP network that might include the Internet. Its modems and dialers connect to a single phone line in a home, office, or other location. Cable Modems The company sells cable modems to electronics retailers and cable service providers. It ships two primary types of cable modems, both supporting DOCSIS 3.0, and one of these products also includes a built-in wireless-N router. The DOCSIS 3.0 standard supports the highest cable modem speeds, and Comcast and some other primary cable service providers are in the midst of a rollout of DOCSIS 3.0 modems and service. DSL Modems The company’s DSL modems incorporate the ADSL standards worldwide, including ADSL2/2+, G.dmt, G.Lite, and ANSI T1.413 issue 2. It has a line of DSL modems using Broadcom IC technology, and that includes an Ethernet bridge DSL modem, modems with built-in routers with either one or four Ethernet ports, and a DSL modem with a built-in wireless-N router. Mobile Broadband Modems and Routers The company’s mobile broadband modems support AT&T, T-Mobile, and the majority of cellular service providers worldwide who use the GSM standard for voice and data. Its mobile broadband wireless-N desk and travel routers allow someone to plug in a mobile broadband GSM or CDMA modem or phone for Internet access, and to share that Internet access with computers, phones, and other devices with wireless-G or wireless-N capability. Dial-Up Modems The company has a line of dial-up modems with top data speeds approximately 56,000 bits per second, available in external and internal models. Majority of its external modems are designed to work with any terminal or computer, including Windows computers, the Apple Macintosh, Linux computers, and other computers. PC-oriented internal modems are designed primarily for installation in the PCI slot, PCI-E slot, or PC card slot of IBM PC-compatibles. The company’s 56K modems support the V.90 standard, as well as lower-speed standards, and majority of its 56K

 

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