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Why Share Business Broadband Costs?
Even smaller businesses can have high performance dedicated Internet access by splitting the cost of a T1, T3 or fiber optic line with other businesses in their building or business park. By pooling resources, the group can afford a higher bandwidth than any individual business.

When to Use Pseudowires
A pseudowire is a virtual "circuit" that emulates a traditional digital telecom service but on a packet switched network. MPLS networks are especially suitable for pseudowires. By using a pseudowire circuit, you can get the point to point connectivity you desire without having to re-engineer your facilities to accommodate a different protocol network.

DS3 for Call Center Telephony
DS3 voice service can support up to 672 simultaneous telephone conversations without blocking. If your call center or large corporate PBX system requires this number of outside lines, DS3 is likely far more cost effective than ordering the equivalent 28 T1 lines.

What is the T-Carrier System?
T-Carrier is a set of standards developed by the Bell Telephone Companies back in the 1950s. These include T1 and T3 lines. They also define digital signal levels such as DS0, DS1 and DS3. DS0 is 64 Kbps, DS1 is 1.5 Mbps and DS3 is 45 Mbps.

Difference Between DSL and DS3
DSL means Digital Subscriber Line and is a shared bandwidth service offered on a "best effort" basis by telephone companies. DS3 is a professional telecom service with a fixed bandwidth of 45 Mbps both upload and download. DS3 is usually sold with on a contract with a service level agreement.


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