Long product name AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device :
The short editorial description of AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device
AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device:
The official marketing text of AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device as supplied by the manufacturerThe ExpressCard standard is a newly designed high-speed interface for plug-in adapters in a compact format for notebooks, and is based on the industry standards PCI Express and USB 2.0. ExpressCard now makes it possible to incorporate complete ISDN communications in an extremely small card. The new FRITZ!Card Express comes with the FRITZ! software, consisting of five program modules including Internet access, file transfer, telefax and ISDNWatch to guard against dialer programs. The driver package leaves nothing to be desired either, with CAPI drivers for Windows XP and 2000, NDIS WAN CAPI Drivers for Remote Access Services, and TAPI Services for CAPI. The CAPI driver for Windows XP, bearing the Microsoft WHQL certificate, is already integrated in the operating system CD, so that the new card is ready to use as soon as you plug it into the notebook. And thanks to its hot-plug capability, you can insert and remove FRITZ!Card Express even during operation. The card also provides full support for Windows' ACPI power management, so that the notebook can be started up from any location using the remote wake-up function, for example.
Short summary description AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device:
This short summary of the AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.AVM FRITZ!Card Express, ISDN, 14.4 Bit/s, 1.34" (34 mm), 0.197" (5 mm)
Long summary description AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device :
AVM FRITZ!Card Express. Data link protocols: ISDN. Maximum fax transfer rate: 14.4 Bit/s. Width: 1.34" (34 mm), Height: 0.197" (5 mm)
This is an auto-generated long summary of AVM FRITZ!Card Express ISDN access device based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.