T1 line


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T1 line

[‚tē′wən ‚īn]
(communications)
High-speed digital connection that transmits data at 1.5 million bits per second through the telephone-switching network.

T1 line

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How can I simulate the error characteristics of a microwave circuit, a copper T1 line, a fiber optic transmission line
Ecessa (formerly Astrocom), Plymouth, MN, a leader in affordable WAN link controllers for small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs), announced that SMEs can now use its PowerLink WAN link aggregation products with low-cost DSL and/or cable links to increase bandwidth capacity by more than 350% with a significant improvement in network performance at the same or lower cost as they pay for a T1 line. Alternatively, SMEs can use Ecessa's affordable WAN link aggregation products to maintain existing capacity at a significantly lower cost, which can yield a complete return on investment within four months.
We were using DSL and we needed a T1 line. There was no reception area.
The 48 schools in this northeast Texas district formed the Northeast Texas Regional Education Telecommunications Network, putting a T1 line in every school, managed centrally by Mabe's staff.
One of Landry's first actions as CIO was to upgrade the connection to a T1 line, and he's been trying to stay ahead of technology ever since.
"We're offering customers twice the bandwidth of a T1 line for $800 a month, while a pair ofT1s would cost nearly $1,100," Chatterly says.
Due to the heavy concentration of employees at the corporate headquarters in Cleveland (and the vulnerability of the SAN at that location), it was decided that the first phase would address protection of this primary data by a combination of local mirroring and replication through a dedicated DR replication T1 line to a secondary data center in their Cincinnati office.
The system can be used to find opportunities to optimize services, for example, implementing a T1 line.
You can view the live Annenberg/CPB Channel broadcast online if you have a broadband connection and if you have Windows Media Player, DSL, a cable modem or a LAN connection to a T1 line or greater.