Digi Rapidport/4 USB to 4 port 56K, V.90 Modem

Mfg. Part: 301-1012-04 | CDW Part: 318846 | UNSPSC: 43222628
Availability: In Stock Ships today if ordered within 0 hrs 39 mins
Was $1,304.00
$1,094.99 Advertised Price
Lease Option ($32.30/month)
Note: Leasing is available to businesses only. Leasing is not available to individuals.
Product Details
  • 56Kbps V.90 USB External Modem
View Full Product Details
Made For Each Other
Quick View
Total Price:

Product Overview

Main Features
  • 56Kbps V.90 USB External Modem
Rapidport/4 offers an easy solution for remote access via Plug-and Play USB connectivity. This external, user-installable solution plugs into the USB port of a PC, thin client or server and provides four 56K V.90 modems

The Rapidport/4™ USB to four port modem module with built-in USB hub is the next step in USB and remote access for Microsoft NT 4.0. Users can plug and play four 56K V90 modems to any server, instantly giving network users access to ISP, fax and other dial-up group applications suppported by NT RAS.

Add four high speed V.90/56K modems to a PC or server in minutes

Out-of-the-box solution -- no need to remove the PC cover or power down the system

Pool existing modem lines and share dial-up resources

Plug-and-play reliability

Lower total cost of ownership with user-installable solution -- no additional IT or downtime costs


Four 56K V.90/K56 flex modems

Easy USB installation and software setup

Fully compatible with USB specification v1.0 and 1.1; backwards compatibility with USB 2.0

Uses E2PROM for field-upgradable code

Front-panel LEDs display modem and hub status

No IRQ, I/O address, DMA, or memory address requirements

On board USB hub for easy attachment of additional units (type A downstream connector)

UARTs are backward compatible with 16550 UART with 64-byte FIFOs for increased performance

System Requirements:

8MB RAM, 16MB recommended

1 available USB type A (downstream) port

Technical Specifications:

Processor: Intel 80930AD

RAM: 32K


UART: 64-byte FIFOs per port per direction
^ Back to Top