A T1 Line
is a T1 line? Originally know as Digital Signal 1 lines (DS1), they
were devised by
Bell Labs and are used to send voice and data over the copper telephone
before private companies had access to T1 lines and fiber optic lines
were in use, T1s
were used to connect phone company central offices. The
channelized signaling allows
for 24 different channels, each with the capacity to carry 64KB of data
or 1 voice line.
The total data capacity for each T1 line is 1.5 MB (mega bits) per
second, not a large amount
of bandwidth by today's standards, but still one of the most reliable
lines available, since they
are dedicated connections, they provide 1.5 MB up and down, all the
time. They also deliver
low latency, packet loss and jitter, that are highly desired
for voice and video applications.
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Many companies use integrated T1 lines
that have dedicated
Internet access, in addition
to voice services, most commonly VOIP. Even if they also
have cable Internet service, a
T1 gives them the quality and reliability that they need for business.
Cable bandwidth is
good in many areas, but it is a shared connection and can go down
T1 lines are also used for a new kind of network called MPLS lines. An
MPLS T1 has the
ability to send both private network and Internet traffic, this allows
for a greater flexibility.
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