Benefits of Ethernet over Copper
Ethernet over Copper (EoC) is a form of Ethernet in the first mile link that utilizes twisted copper telephone cable pairs that are normally currently located in many service areas. For that reason, it is usually quicker to provision EoC than to construct new fiber circuits in older service places.
Ethernet over Copper is a reliable as well as mature modern technology offering the same functions as standard T1 lines: dedicated, symmetrical, and full duplex. Its primary advantage is that Ethernet over Copper is delivered over copper pairs of DS0 so EoC does not call for costly fiber build outs. One more wonderful benefit over traditional T1 lines is that an Ethernet circuit is much easier to upgrade. With the typical bonded T1, an upgrade in circuit bandwidth can take months due to the fact that the local communications provider needs to install extra circuits. With an Ethernet circuit, the port bandwidth could typically be boosted as just a setup change at the central office. Ethernet over Copper runs over several pairs of copper so if one pair goes down, the bandwidth readily available does drop yet you do not loose the entire circuit as you would with a T1 line. Ethernet over Copper prices is considerably lower than that of bonded T1 circuits of the same bandwidth. EoC circuits have a Service Level Agreement (SLA) similar to T1 lines generally with the exact same terms.
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