Cheers for the clarification guys, even if I'm really confused now!
adsl24.. It's specifically photos inside the cabinets that I'm trying to track down.. I'm trying to identify the DSLAM kit that Openreach is using.
Huawei has launched a new range of VDSL2 line cards that offers a higher density of ports (64 VDSL2 ports) per card. If the cabinet DSLAMs can accommodate either 4 or 8 of the current 48 port cards, and these provide either 144 or 288 VDSL2 subscriber lines per cabinet, then presumably when the newer linecards are installed, this capacity will increase to 384 lines for the larger cabinet.
RobertoS.. A popular tool for normalising images to a standard size and quality for web sites is the excitingly-named 'convert' tool from the ImageMagick suite. It's open source, and available for Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.. 
The tool can do all sorts of conversions.. transcoding to and from different image formats, changes in dimensions and compression rate, and has numerous filters for weird-and-wonderful purposes.
Some of the photos you've collected on your site are very high quality (8Mb+).. But the browser in this clapped-out laptop grinds to a halt trying to render a webpage full of them. Convert can reduce the scale and quality ..
When re-scaling with convert, if you supply a new 'x' dimension (e.g. 800 pixels) but omit the 'y' dimension then convert will scale proportionately along the Y axis. This ensures that all the images fit nicely on the same web page.
$ convert -scale 800 -quality 40 original.jpg resized.jpg
Convert can batch process images, too!
Well that's the sales pitch for ImageMagick over with!
Edited by asbokid (Mon 19-Sep-11 18:14:41)