Latest News and Information about T1 and T3 line services.

DS3 Today - Latest business telecommunications news and pricing from DS3Today.com

December 14, 2018
9:08 PM
 Better prices on DS3 and Ethernet Fiber Internet connections. For today's best deals on bandwidth and availability call toll free (888) 848-8749.


- Latest Updates & Information -

DS3 Equivalent to 28 T1 Lines
DS3 service at a signaling rate of 44.736 Mbps is the equivalent of 28 T1 lines at their signaling rate of 1.544 Mbps. Because of the strict synchronization of TDM services, 28 T1 lines may be multiplexed into a single DS3 service.

Colocation is Often Cost Effective Bandwidth
Colocation is locating your servers in a colocation facility, also known as a carrier hotel. Advantages of this approach include ready availability of low cost bandwidth including DS3, Carrier Ethernet and SONET Fiber Optic OCx options. These data centers also offer backup power, environmental control and high levels of security.

Applications Demanding DS3 Bandwidth
DS3 transport is often used for real time video transport, high resolution images, large engineering files, and data backups to remote data centers. You can get this bandwidth through fiber optic delivery or over copper coaxial lines, called T3 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.

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.


DS3 Internet Bandwidth Options
Find legacy full and fractional 45 Mbps DS3 bandwidth over fiber / coaxial copper and 10 - 10,000 Mbps Carrier Ethernet over Fiber Dedicated Internet solutions for commercial and organizational (not residential) applications. Find out in seconds what network services and pricing are available now for your location anywhere in the U.S. Simply use this handy form...

ENTER YOUR INFORMATION:

Service Type *
Contact Name: *
Business Name: *
Contact’s Email Address: *
Installation Phone Number (area code first): * () -

Our extensive cloud and telecom line services are provided by Telarus, Inc., a premier cloud broker and master agency. Please provide accurate phone & email contact information or call toll free for support anytime at 1-888-848-8749. All information you provide will be used only to support your inquiry and will not be shared.

 

Easy to understand information about telecommunications, cloud and networking services.

 

DS3 and Ethernet Internet Services or other business broadband connections available for these locations:

Utah Cities: Brigham City, Logan, Ogden, Orem, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salt Lake City, Sandy, St. George, West Valley City.

U.S. States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

 

Home | About Us | Articles | DS3 Bandwidth | DS3 Over Copper | DS3 Internet | DOCSIS 3.1 Gigabit Broadband | Site Map | Gigapacket Tech Gifts | Telexplainer

(c) 2007 - 2018 by John Shepler Profile+, All Rights Reserved. Secure VPS
Please contact us by writing to DS3Contact (at) DS3Today.com
View John Shepler's LinkedIn profileView John Shepler's profile