Ethernet DIA

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Ethernet DIA

(Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access) A 1 or 10 Gbps Ethernet connection direct to the Internet from a company's internal network. Instead of coupling an Ethernet LAN to T1, T3, frame relay, ATM or MPLS networks for external access, Ethernet DIA reduces complexity by providing the same technology from the local network all the way to an Internet backbone. See Ethernet, T1, T3, frame relay, ATM and MPLS.
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Tenders are invited for Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access.
AT&T will equip 27 sites in all, including hosted data and disaster recovery centres and a state-of-the-art distribution centre, by using AT&T's Multiprotocol Label Switching Private Network Transport (MPLS PNT) service and Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access on AT&T's OPT-E-MAN service, a switched Ethernet service.
AT&T will also deliver Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access (EDIA), a pure Ethernet solution for always-available Internet access.
Serving customers from an IP network featuring more than 147,000 miles of fiber optic cable, Comcast now offers companies with 20-500 employees, multiple sites and high-bandwidth needs Ethernet Private Line, Ethernet Virtual Private Line, Ethernet Network and Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access services.
amp; MIAMI -- Today One Communications, the largest privately-held, multi-regional integrated telecommunications solutions provider in the United States, announced the availability of its new OneSolutions Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access (EDIA) solution.