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- n. Plural form of DS1.
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"Private line services such as DS1s and DS3s have long been mainstay services for many wholesale customers, so standardization will make the process easier for them.
DS1s use 2 22 AWG twisted pairs, with each pair shielded, plus a ground wire.
So the next day when DS1s teacher asked him where his crayons were he said I don't know Mrs H.
Customers who require shorter provisioning intervals for DS1s and DS3s will now be able to significantly reduce the number of expedite requests they make, and thus reduce the associated costs.
The new intervals are seven days for DS1s and eight days for DS3s and go into effect Sept. Not only do these standardized intervals provide wholesale customers with greater uniformity for their own service offerings, most intervals have been reduced - some up to 33 percent - enabling customers to receive these services more quickly (when facilities are available) than before.
Verizon offers numerous pricing plans for special access DS1s and DS3s, enabling customers to select the plan that best satisfies their business needs.
So the next day when DS1s teacher asked him where his crayons were he said I don’t know Mrs H.