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One T1 is equal to:

Basic Units of Data Transfer Rate
terabit per second = 1.544 *10-06
gigabit per second = 0.001544
megabit per second = 1.544
kilobit per second = 1544
bit per second = 1544000

Byte-based Transfer Rate Units
terabyte per second = 1.755325 *10-07
gigabyte per second = 0.0001797453
megabyte per second = 0.1840591
kilobyte per second = 188.4766
byte per second = 193000

Data Transfer Time
second per megabyte = 5.433036
second per gigabyte = 5563.429
minute per megabyte = 0.0905506
minute per gigabyte = 92.72382
hour per megabyte = 0.001509177
hour per gigabyte = 1.545397


Computer Connection Speed
V.92 dial-up modem = 27.57143
ISDN = 24.125
GPRS = 19.3
CMDA = 1x 9.472392
EDGE = 6.52027
BlueTooth = 1 2.135251
BlueTooth = 2.0 0.7352381
CDMA 1xEV-DO = 0.6433334
CDMA 1xEV-DO rev.A = 0.4980645
HSDPA (cat.6) = 0.4288889
WiFi 802.11b = 0.3431111
CDMA 1xEV-DO rev.B = 0.315102
ADSL = 0.193
USB 1 = 0.1286667
ADSL2 = 0.06433334
E1 = 0.7539062
Ethernet 10BASE-T = 0.1544
Cable modem = 0.05146667
DS-3 = 0.03451359
Ethernet 100BASE-T = 0.01544
OC-3 = 0.009927983
USB 2.0 = 0.003216667
OC-12 = 0.002481996
Ethernet 1000BASE-T = 0.001544
OC-48 = 0.0006205788
OC-192 = 0.0001551291
OC-768 = 3.87813 *10-05
OC-1536 = 1.939699 *10-05
OC-3072 = 9.698492 *10-06

Transfer Rate per Different Time Units
terabyte per minute = 1.053195 *10-05
gigabyte per minute = 0.01078472
megabyte per minute = 11.04355
kilobyte per minute = 11308.59
byte per minute = 1.158 *10+07
terabyte per hour = 0.0006319169
gigabyte per hour = 0.6470829
megabyte per hour = 662.6129
kilobyte per hour = 678515.6
byte per hour = 6.948 *10+08
terabyte per day = 0.01516601
gigabyte per day = 15.52999
megabyte per day = 15902.71
kilobyte per day = 1.628438 *10+07
byte per day = 1.66752 *10+10
terabyte per week = 0.106162
gigabyte per week = 108.7099
megabyte per week = 111319
kilobyte per week = 1.139906 *10+08
byte per week = 1.167264 *10+11

 
  • Why is a T1 better than DSL or cable?

    Reliability. A T1 is a business-class connection with a 100% up time service level agreement (SLA). Conversely, DSL and cable connections are generally "best effort" services. They often work well, but you have little recourse if they don't. If your business relies on its internet connection, you need the reliability a T1 offers.

    How fast is a T1?

    T1s can carry 1.5 Mbps. That means that a 1 megabyte file takes just over five seconds to transfer. Latency is generally 4ms end-to-end.

    Can I get a T1 at my location?

    Almost certainly. DSC offers direct T1 services across Georgia and the United States. Fill out our no-obligation T1 quote request form to find out what your options are.

    What kind of hardware do I need for a T1?

    All you need is a termination router. DSC can provide your hardware and the consulting you need to integrate it into your network.

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