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Combined T1 Telephone and Internet Service
An Integrated T1 line shares bandwidth between digital phone lines and broadband Internet service. Typically up to 12 phones lines can be accommodated. If the T1 line is set up to be a dynamic T1, then any bandwidth not used for telephone calls is automatically available for Internet access.

Digital Signage Bandwidth Options
Digital signs, including large billboards, are easily and instantly updated with data downloads. T1 and fractional T1 lines or VSAT digital satellite connections are available even in rural areas.

Logistics and Transportation Industry Bandwidth
Trucking, warehousing, railroads and similar businesses need reliable voice and data bandwidth. Point to Point T1 lines provide exclusive and secure transmission between facilities for data transfers, PBX telephone tie lines, and IP telephony.

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.

How do T1 and DS1 differ?
In general conversation, T1 and DS1 refer to the same thing. But strictly speaking, T1 refers to a physical line circuit consisting of 2 pair of copper wires with strict line signal specifications. DS1 stands for Digital Signal level 1. DS1 is the service level you get on a T1 line. However, DS1 also is part of the digital signal hierarchy used in T3 lines and SONET fiber optic carriers.


T1 Business Internet Service
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