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Level One, a telecommunications chip maker that is in the process of being acquired by Intel, began shipping its first chipset for HDSL2, or high bit-rate digital subscriber lines, a technology that allows for high-speed data transmissions over standard phone wires. Production volumes of Level One's new chipset are expected in June. HDSL2 is being considered as a global standard and is compatible with existing HDSL, ADSL, T1, and ISDN connections.