Evolution of the T3 Line
Big businesses require heavy duty telecom services. In the past, most enterprises, government agencies, schools, universities and the like have been using separate phone and internet lines. DSL or Ethernet were the most common means of connecting to the internet and was, for a time, what most big businesses used to create their computer networks.
Ethernet cables have caused a lot of problems with big businesses. First, they could not support the bandwidth necessary to transmit large amounts of data. Second, businesses were connected to community lines, meaning that security was an issue. Third, during peak usage times, outages were very common due to the sheer load on the cables. It was clear that technology needed to catch up with demand.
Answering demand, American and Japanese labs created something called T3 and T1 lines, or T-carrier lines. These lines where capable of supporting far greater loads than traditional Ethernet lines. Many businesses small and large are still switching over to a T3 line or T1 lines in order to take advantage of the higher bandwidth capabilities, eliminated blackouts and ability to transfer large data loads. T3 and T-1 lines are a great business solution for many.
Some entities require an even heavier cable than a T-1 line. So, a T3 is implemented. A T-3 line is so heavy duty; it can consistently deliver over 60 times the bandwidth of a T1 line. T3 is the Cadillac of networking cables. A T3 line can be used to support data and voice.
A T-3 line is as private as you can get. You literally have your own private business line that can stretch from across the street, or across the world. Security risks with a T-3 line are dramatically reduced. A T3 line is always open, consistent, fast and secure.
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