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DS3 vs Multiple T1 Lines
Bonding T1 lines for greater bandwidth is a good value up to about 8x or 9x bonding. Above that, it makes better economic sense to order DS3 service over fiber or T3 copper line. In metropolitan areas with high levels of buildout, the decision point may be less than 8 T1 lines.

WAN Bottlenecks Now Readily 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. DS3, OCx over SONET and Carrier Ethernet connections are recommended for the corporate WAN.

DS3 as an Internet Backbone
DS3 service configured as an dedicated Internet port offers 45 Mbps of upload and download bandwidth. This is ideal for small and medium size ISPs and WISPs. that have exceeded the capacity available from multiple T1 lines.

How Does DS3 differ from T3?
The terms DS3 and T3 are often used interchangeably. Both refer to a TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) digital telecom service operating at 45 Mbps. Strictly speaking, DS3 is the digital signal level that can be carried by either copper or fiber physical links. T3 is the T-Carrier standard for DS3 over coaxial copper service.

What is Fractional DS3 Service?
Fractional DS3, as the name implies, is a fraction of the full DS3 bandwidth of 45 Mbps. Companies order fractional DS3 when they don't need or want to pay for the full bandwidth offered by DS3. Even with fractional DS3, you still need the full coaxial or optical hardware support for 45 Mbps signaling. At low fractional requirements, bonded T1 lines offer a more cost effective solution.


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