T1 line


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T1 line

Telemedicine A data line that uses copper wires, transferring data at 1.5 Mb/sec. See ATM, Bandwidth, Bit, Byte, Codec, Ethernet, Modem, Telemedicine.
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While 70GB of e-mail data and 2-3GB of document data changes every day, Thompson Hine has used the iPStor servers (not the host servers to manage replication, taking the load off of production servers and minimizing traffic on their T1 line.
If a T1 line within a circuit fails, the bandwidth is downshifted; service is not interrupted.
MPLS with class of service over DSL closes the large pricing gap between traditional business-class DSL and a full T1 line," Griffiths said.
specific migration of the existing system of the T1 line to the system developed for the T2 line, including the maintenance of existing information terminals Traveler T1 line.
A failure in any one T1 line doesn't bring the service down because the transmission occurs over several physical T1 circuits.
Each multiplexer has 12 dual density slots, allowing it to connect up to 48 phones lines to a T1 line and resulting in a lower cost per port.
The new deployment model pushes the intelligence of the network as close as possible to the customer, using a T1 line to connect to a network system in the MTU wiring closet to provide DSL services to every user that wants to subscribe.
When they began exploring the installation of a direct internet access T1 line - which operates about 25 times faster than a 28.
Lafourche awarded the project to SkyRider based on the fact that it was offering 16 times as much bandwidth at a lower recurring charge for each wireless circuit compared to the T1 line it replaced.
The FaxPress Enterprise T1 can be installed with either a fractional T1 board to provide 8 channels across a fractional T1 line, or one to three T1 fax boards to support from 24 to 72 channels across a T1 line(s).
By incorporating the new NTE8 8-port T1 line card into any Allied Telesyn iMAP, service providers can offer Ethernet services directly to business customers on existing copper facilities.
For applications that require fault tolerant communications, the BlackBond T1 offers two forms of transparent redundancy: a second T1 line with configurable Switchover Criteria or a T1 over IP option for back up over Wireless Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, IP satellite service, xDSL, or other IP link.