If you are looking to expand the bandwidth on your Internet connection to accommodate applications that require a larger amount of bandwidth to operate properly, you may have noticed that there are many different options available including DS3, T1, T3, … Continue reading

DS3 stands for Digital Signal 3 and is typically used by digital carriers to send out DS3 signals which are formatted and run at 43Mbps.  DS3 usually consists of hundreds of channels with each one capable of handling 64Kbps. So, … Continue reading

If you are confused about the difference between DS3 and T3 bandwidth the terms are basically identical to one another.  DS3 which stands for Digital Signal 3 is simply another term that is used for a T3 type connection.  DS3 … Continue reading