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T1 vs DSL for Business Broadband
T1 lines set up as T1 Dedicated Internet connections give business users guaranteed bandwidth of 1.5 Mbps both upload and download, plus a SLA service level agreement to assure line reliability. DSL is a "best effort" Internet service that is offered without any service guarantee on a shared connection. Bandwidth varies depending on how heavily other businesses are using the connection.

Bonding T1 Lines for Higher Bandwidth
While a standard T1 line provides 1.5 Mbps upload and download bandwidth, lines can be bonded to create total bandwidths of 3 Mbps, 4.5 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 7.5 Mbps, 9 Mbps, 10.5 Mbps and 12 Mbps. An advantage T1 lines have over fiber optic connections is that they are available nearly everywhere without special construction.

WAN Bottlenecks Easily Unclogged
Your Wide Area Network or WAN may be the bottleneck in your network when you have significant voice or data transfer between facilities. With lower line prices available, unclogging the WAN can cost less than you think and can unleash higher business productivity. T1, T3 and Carrier Ethernet connections are ideal for the corporate WAN.

T1 Lines are Full Duplex
T1 lines are bidirectional or full duplex. That means that you can independently upload and download data at up to the full line rate of 1.5 Mbps simultaneously. LANs that use switched Ethernet are also full duplex, but LANs that use hubs operate at half-duplex. A half-duplex network cannot transmit and receive at the same time, cutting effective bandwidth by up to half.

Bandwidth to Support Convergence
Convergence means combining or converging voice, data and video onto a single network. Enterprises usually need to expand their LAN bandwidth and set up a QoS or Quality of Service priority system to give priority to real-time streams such as telephone calls or video conference feeds, which are more sensitive to network delays than data transfers. Most often, the common protocol for convergence is IP.


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