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  1. #1

    OC48-192 backbones

    At Datapipe's web site at:

    it says:
    " DataPipe's Network is powered by OC48 -192 backbones."

    what does this mean?

  2. #2
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    Aug 2002
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    OC48 and OC192 ? (as there is no in between at least i dont think so).

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    Jun 2005
    Why don't you e-mail them and ask? If you're considering them as a hosting service it would be a good excuse to test their response time.

    BTW, I have used DataPipe in the past and thier service and support has been excellent.

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    Mar 2005
    OC-3 = 155Meg

    OC-12 = 622Meg

    OC-48 = 2.5Gig

    OC-192 = 10Gig

    OC - is a "measure" of Optical Carrier Capacity

    So this means that their backbone connections are 2.5Gig or 10Gig in size - there is nothing in between - but it could be "Bundled" to provide say 5Gig or 7.5Gig - but then that is still multiple OC-48 links.
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