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Aggregated Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)


Aggregated Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) service will enable a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC), Internet Service Provider (ISP), or Digital  Subscriber Line Service Provider (DSLSP), hereinafter referred to as a “High  Speed Service Provider (HSSP)”, to establish a high speed data access path between a SaskTel designated point of aggregation and the end user's premise.


See Competitor Access Tariff Item 650.32 - Aggregated Asymmetric Digital  Subscriber Line (ADSL).


Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) access capability


DSL access capability allows eligible Internet Service Providers (ISPs) the capability to provide a high speed data access path between SaskTel serving wire centre to their end-users' (end-customers') premises using the end-user's existing SaskTel-provided local network access.


See Competitor Access Tariff Item 650.14 – Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) access capability.


Competitor Digital  Network (CDN) service


Competitor Digital Network (CDN) service provides various arrangements to eligible competitors for the digital transmission of information at DS-0, DS-1, DS-3, OC-3, and OC-12 transmission speeds.


See Competitor Access Tariff Item 650.28 – Competitor Digital Network (CDN) service.


Ethernet central office connecting link


Provides transmission paths from the interconnecting carrier’s or Digital Subscriber Line Service Provider’s (DSLSPs) co-located central office building space to the transport cross-connect panel within the central office.


See Competitor Access Tariff Item 610.29 – Ethernet central office connecting link.


Ethernet Transport service


Ethernet Transport service provides shared transport for a SaskTel provided ethernet access service from the SaskTel serving wire centre to an Ethernet Transport Interface (ETI) located in either the Regina or the Saskatoon main wire centre.


See Competitor Access Tariff Item 610.30 – Ethernet Transport service.


Wholesale Very High Bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL) service


The VDSL service uses a transmission technology that provides asymmetric transmission (higher bandwidth in one direction, and lower bandwidth in the opposite direction) of data. VDSL service delivers high speed, downstream transmission to the end-user and a lower speed, upstream transmission to the HSSP.


See Competitor Access Tariff Item 650.34 – Wholesale Very High  Bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL) service.


For more information

The Carrier Services Group (CSG) is the point of contact for all services required to establish a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) presence in Saskatchewan.


Visit the CRTC website for the regulatory requirements on establishing a CLEC presence.


Request a callback from a Carrier Services Group Representative.