What is a leased line? How does a leased line work?
A Leased Line is a permanent fiber optic cable established between two points to connect them. It is a type of a communication line set between two remotely located places. Leased lines can also be referred to as a dedicated line. The speeds on these lines differ from 64 kilobits per second (Kbps) to 10 gigabits per second (Gbps), while the bandwidth depends on the size of data used, amount of users using the line and the number of programs running at same time. These private lines not only give speedy and consistent data transfer, but also offer an unmatched level of security to keep the data protected.