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DS3 Bandwidth and why it benefits Business.
Written by: Les Harper - Aug 19, 2013
Why a DS3 Bandwidth line can benefit business. A DS3 line is ideal for multiple locations or point to pint connections..
The following article will enable you to consider the bandwidth pricing options for T1 and DS3/T3. It also discusses the history of t1 and ds3 in the US and worldwide. It explains the advantages of each type of DS3/T3 and what may be suitable for your business.
Digital Signal 3 (DS3)
Digital Signal level 3 (DS 3) also called T3 line are an extremely high bandwidth circuit that can provide up to 45 Mbps to the Internet. Internet connections of this high-speed nature allow users to experience full-motion transfer of real-time video and extremely quickened data exchange over large, busy networks. To realize the true speed 45 Mbps via an Internet connection, you could compare the speed of one of these lines to that of nearly 700 regular telephone lines.
A DS3 internet line is typically made of 672 individual channels and each of those channels supports a speed of 64Kbps. DS3 Internet connection offers more than normal bandwidth for your systems to handle any amount of voice and data flow. This is ideal for companies which require more than 5 MBPS and less than the full 45 Mbps. If you need less than 5 mbps, like small or medium size companies, you should look for a T1 line.
DS3 is a standard for North America and Japan. Other part of the world uses a similar standard called E3. In the UK also E3 standard is used, which transmits at 34.368Mbit/s.
These T3 lines or a DS3 lines are generally very expensive and are mostly used by big companies where high speed internet connection is needed. T3 lines are used mainly by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) connecting to the Internet backbone and for the backbone itself. Other examples of companies who require the T3 connections are big universities, hospital and huge companies that require high speed internet connection. T3 would be best suited for these companies because it is capable of managing extremely high bandwidth requirements. A traffic equivalent to 672 analogue telephone lines can be managed by Internet T3 alone
T1 AND T3: THE FIRST BROADBAND SERVICES FOR BUSINESSES
T1 and T3 are two common types of leased lines used in telecommunications. Both T1 lines and T3 lines are reserved circuits that operate over either copper or fiber optic cables.
A brief history:
The T1 standard for data communication was developed by AT&T in the 1960s. T1 leased lines offer the same data rate as symmetric DSL (1.544 Mbps). T1 service was first used in the United States to connect telephone company backbone switches to one another over copper cabling. It was made available commercially to large financial services companies in downtown areas in 1983. An impetus for its wider availability was competition in the late 1980s from new providers who offered it at lower prices and in more locations than the incumbent telephone companies. Manufacturing efficiency, sharp increases in bandwidth demand and wider availability have led to more affordable T1 service. With some exceptions, T1 and T3 services are used worldwide. T3, another service based on TDM, operates at 44Mbps in North America.
Organizations that link a T1 or E1 in the United States to an office in Europe need rate adaptation equipment so that the carrier in the United States can connect the domestic T1 to the European E1 line. Rate adaption equipment converts E1 signals to those compatible with T1, and vice versa. Carriers supply rate adaptation equipment in their networks.
Who should use a T3?
1. If you already have one or more T1 lines and still experience slow transfer speeds, a T3 line will speed things up considerably.
2. If your company is spread out over multiple locations (offices, manufacturing plants, distribution centers or call centers), a business DS3 connection will more easily absorb the voice and data traffic among the various locations.
3. If your company uses a lot of digital streaming, such as large amounts of data recording or archiving, video conferencing, VoIP, or surveillance cameras, a business T3 line will enable faster "real-time" capability with even less chance of drop-offs or black-outs.
4. If your company is large enough to have considered point-to-point microwave transmission, T3 pricing may be a more cost-effective alternative.
A Comparison of T3, J3, and E3 Worldwide Standards
DS-3 speeds differ internationally.
• The T3 North American speed is 44Mbps over 672 channels (28 X 24 = 672)—the equivalent of 28 T1s.
T3 services are also offered at fractional speeds. For example, fractional T3 is offered at speeds of 10Mbps. However, customers who want fractional T3 often opt for the lower-speed Carrier Gigabit Ethernet, where it’s available. This provides a more scalable solution and is not limited to 44Mbps.
A Comparison of T1 and T3 Media Requirements
T1 is media agnostic. This means that it can operate over any medium, including fiber, copper, and microwave. However, because of its higher speeds, T3 requires fiber, terrestrial microwave, or satellite-based microwave. The term “terrestrial” denotes that the microwave service is transmitted from land-based towers, not satellites. Telephone companies use T1 and T3 over microwave for hard-to-cable areas such as across rivers and canyons, and cellular providers use microwave as one choice to link together their antennas and data centers with centralized switches.
In many countries, fiber is commonly in place directly to midsize and large business premises in metropolitan areas. When fiber is brought into a user’s premises, the end user must supply the electricity for the equipment on which the fiber terminates. If there is no backup power, customers lose their T1/E1s and E3/T3s when they lose power.
What are the advantages of a T3?