Digital Data Service
Digital Data Service Digital Data Service is a service that allows you to create a link between any two sites. The connection will always be available. DDS is capable of handling data, video and voice at various speeds.
Reduce costs by only purchasing the bandwidth you need. You can also consolidate communications and reduce modem costs to save on maintenance. Features & Advantages:Offers DDS service to end users with service increments under 64 kbps.
Eliminates the need for modems (uses channel service unit/data service unit – CSU/DSU – instead) – reduces modem expenses.Offers the reliability and quality of digital transmission – saves time by eliminating delays and reducing errors caused by distortion common to analog transmissions.Circuit may be used for data, voice and video – consolidates communications over a single circuit, reducing maintenance costs. A dedicated connection makes it possible to have a connection at any time. This reduces maintenance costs and improves efficiency.
Digital Data Service offers flexible bandwidth and is dedicated between two or several sites. The service can be used for a range of applications including video, voice and data. DDS can benefit any end-user or service provider who wants to guarantee availability, accuracy, and low-speed transmission. By choosing the protocol, you determine the actual bitrate. The channel is synchronized with the timing of your end-user customers in the received bitstream.
Data Amplification is used to transmit data when your end-user customer is located outside the normal range of 42 decibel (dB) loss for digital data service (56.0 kbps and 64.0 kbps). Data Amplification is used to transmit data when the location of your end-user client exceeds the range of 42 decibels (dB) for digital data service (56.0 Kbps and 64.0 Kbps). The dB loss will be determined by the cable route, gauge and length from the last switching point to the premises of your end user customer.
Business Applications Digital Data Service, or DDS, is a service that allows for the transmission and storage of small volumes of data and voice. DDS links multiple sites together for low-speed communication of data.