Advantages of Ethernet over Copper
Ethernet over Copper (EoC) is a type of Ethernet in the very first mile connection that uses twisted copper telephone cable pairs that are normally currently in place at numerous service areas. For that reason, it is usually quicker to provide EoC than to construct new fiber circuits in older service locations.
Ethernet over Copper is a dependable as well as mature technology offering the exact same functions as traditional T1 lines: dedicated, symmetrical, and full duplex. Its primary benefit is that Ethernet over Copper is supplied over copper pairs of DS0 so EoC does not call for expensive fiber build outs. One more terrific benefit over traditional T1 lines is the fact that an Ethernet circuit is much easier to update. With the standard bonded T1, an upgrade in circuit speeds could take months since the regional telephone company needs to install additional loops. With an Ethernet circuit, the port bandwidth could often be enhanced as just a configuration change at the central office. Also, Ethernet over Copper runs over several pairs of copper so if one pair drops, the transmission capacity readily available does go down however you don't loose the whole circuit as you would with a T1 line. Ethernet over Copper costs is considerably below that of bonded T1 circuits of the same speed. EoC circuits have a Service Level Agreement (SLA) just like T1 lines generally with the exact same terms.
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