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can someone be so kind to explain what a T1/E1 backhaul solution is?

If you can provide this in absolute laymans terms it would be very useful
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can someone be so kind to explain what a T1/E1 backhaul solution is?

If you can provide this in absolute laymans terms it would be very useful

A network/telecommunications "solution" in which the connections between the network core, and the network ends, are comprised of T1/E1 connections.

wikipedia: backhaul
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