Start-up's fiber gear could slash T-1 prices

Greene, Tim
October 1999
Network World;10/25/99, Vol. 16 Issue 43, p85
Trade Publication
Reports that North Andover, Massachusetts-based telecommunication equipment supplier Quantum Bridge will introduce equipment that could enable telecommunication carriers to deliver T-1 lines over fiber optic lines for half the price of typical T-1s. Elimination of the need for expensive electronics on the fiber that runs form the service provider network to customer sites; Alternative to the technology.


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