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T1 WAN Routers and Bridges  
Engage  has been manufacturing Wide Area Network routers since 1989. We were one of the first companies to combine a T1 DSU/CSU with a WAN router. Standards based WAN protocols, PPP, Multilink PPP, and Frame Relay, ensure 24/7 interoperability.

The Inverse Packet Multiplex is specificially designed to provide the high performance bandwidth required to deliver
 Broadcast Quality MPEG Video from Studios to Satellite Teleports .
 
IPExpress GT1  is a high performance, bandwidth scalable, IP WAN Router or Bridge with 1-4 T1 ports offering a standards-based inverse multiplexing (N x E1) capability. The 4 E1 ports are able to connect to 4 remote locations or to be N x T1 inverse packet multiplexed to remote locations from 3 Mbps to 6 Mbps.
 
IPExpress DLT1  is a high performance, bandwidth scalable, IP WAN Router or Bridge with 1-2 T1 ports offering a standards-based inverse multiplexing (N x E1) capability. The 2 T1 ports are able to connect to 2 remote locations or to be N x T1 inverse packet multiplexed to remote locations at 3 Mbps.
Point to Point and Frame RelayWide Area Networking Protocols

IPM Inverse Packet Multiplexing is an option that delivers 3 to 6 Megabits of interconnectivity over Dedicated T1 WANs

REDundant IP Video is anoptional configuration that automatically switches from the Primary to a Secondary Encoder's IP Video Stream for mission critical broadcasts.

IP Multicast is utilized to distribute MPEG video simultaneously to multiple decoders.