T3 line

T3 line

[‚tē′thrē ‚līn]
(communications)
High-speed digital connection that transmits data at 45 million bits per second through the telephone-switching network.

T3 line

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But moving 1 TB over a 45-Mb/s T3 line would take a couple of days--something to keep in mind if you want to process your data in the cloud.
The company wanted to upgrade to a centralized storage model, either iSCSI or NAS, at headquarters and replicate data to Georgia via the T3 line.
Tumi's T3 line features luggage with ergonomically correct wheels and handles that alternate for left-handed and right-handed use.
During the first phase of the installation, Lohman leased a T3 line to supplement the two T1 lines already in use.
If that's not fast enough, or if you'll have a lot of users in your organization who require high-speed access, consider a T3 line.
A CompactPCI chassis with four MTN5000 cards can provide enough ports to accommodate a full T3 line.
Meanwhile, we've grown accustomed to interacting at the speed of a T3 line, our words whipped through fiber-optic cables, our biological clocks reset to a 24-7 cycle.
And you have to put in enough bandwidth and fast servers so your readers don't run off the next time the competition displays some ankle and says, "Hey sugar, I've got a Sun Megamachine and a T3 line -- why don't you come up and see me sometime?
This extension would extend the T3 line Chateaucreux to North Hospital in serving the future Chateaucreux northern districts, Sun, the Entertainment District in developing the technology and Plaine Achille.
The access concentrator allows the service provider to divide the bandwidth of a T3 line among several customers, which reduces wasted bandwidth and improves overall network efficiency.
Home users can have the same vulnerabilities as big corporations with their own T3 line, but without the information technology department in the basement plugging their security holes.
Business users can take advantage of customer premises equipment (CPE) to create an affordable multimegabit Internet access path without having to lease an expensive T3 line.