A Private Line service is a private data connection securely connecting two or more locations with high data speeds. A private line circuit is a closed network data transport service which does not traverse the public Internet and is inherently secure with no data encryption needed.
Private Line services are available in higher bandwidth speeds such as T1, Ethernet private line, DS3 private line. Private line service provides unparalleled quality of service (QoS) as it is not a shared service and follows the same direct private line network path every time.
Private Line circuits are used by businesses to provide reliable, secure point to point data service for applications including credit card processing, file sharing, data backup, point to point VOIP, and video conferencing. Private Line services can also be configured to carry voice, video, Internet, and data services together over the same private line network connection.
Private Line service is also known as a T1 Private Line, DS1 Private Line, Point to Point T1, T1 Leased Line or Data T1 Line.
A Private Line is a leased communications path, local or toll, assigned for the private use of one customer and having no connection to the public telephone system.
A Private Line system uses dedicated circuits to connect a customer’s equipment at both ends of the line. A private line does not provide switching capability unless it is supported by customer premises equipment. It includes two local loops and an inter-exchange carrier circuit. Billing is at a flat rate rather than usage sensitive.