Introducing the T 1 US carrier replacement program
T1 replacement solutions continue to be requested as a priority by Genesis customers in North America.
These carriers have thousands of legacy access equipment called DSLAMs (Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers) in remote locations that do not get adequate bandwidth. The DSLAMs at these locations typically only serve a handful of customers so it is not economically feasible to lay fiber to them.
With the Genesis DSL Broadband Aggregator (DBA) customers can use the copper pairs currently carrying the slow T1 circuits to feed DBA units located in the DSLAM cabinet in many of these locations. This provides a tenfold increase in available bandwidth without the excessive costs associated with laying new fiber. Furthermore, customers can deploy the Genesis DSL Broadband Extender (DBE) between the two DBA units and significantly extend the effective service distance and bandwidth.