Business T1 is widely available and highly secure.
Are you moving to a new office space that requires a new business T1 installation, or has your business outgrown its bandwidth needs and now requires a high-speed T1 Internet service? If your slow, interrupted Internet connection is holding your business back, it may be time to upgrade to a business T1 line.
The Upside of Business T1:
- It’s reliable, highly secure and unbound by distance restrictions associated with other forms of Internet services.
- A T1 delivers an uncongested and uninterrupted Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) and is widely available and highly dependable
- The T1 (or T-1) carrier is the most commonly used digital transmission service in the United States. It was originally developed in the 50s to replace interconnecting analog telephone lines with the purpose of increasing bandwidth.
- A T1 consists of 24 separate channels using pulse code modulation (PCM) signals with time-division multiplexing (TDM) at an overall rate of 1.54 Mbps. The ability to deliver unencumbered 1.54 Mbps is what makes business T1 so unique. A subscriber to T1 will never have to compete for bandwidth and will experience a consistent High-Speed Internet that’s best in class and quality.
- Ethernet cannot span the long distances that T1 can provide, which can also be a major issue.
The Downside of Business T1:
- A T1 can be perceived as bandwidth overkill, so it makes sense for your budget to contract the exact bandwidth service you need with the option of upgrading at a later date.
- A T1 can be very expensive, so if it’s money you’re trying to save, a T1 should not be your first choice.
T1 is a reliable and efficient bandwidth solution for businesses
A T1 delivers an uncongested and uninterrupted Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) and is widely available and highly dependable. With a T1 Line, your business is able to function at peak efficiency levels. Productivity will be at an all time high once your install your T1.