One way to address this issue is through the use of inverse-multiplexing (a process that passes a 40Gb/s signal over four 10Gb/s channels using lower cost 10Gb/s components).
What does I-MUX stand for?
I-MUX stands for Inverse-Multiplexing
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The ATM Forum is working on a specification for inverse-multiplexing ATM cells over multiple T1/E1 lines, but the standards work is not expected to be completed until late 1996.
Ascend's MPP protocol is a backward-compatible superset of the industry-standard "Multilink Point-to-Point" (MP) protocol for inverse-multiplexing in a packet environment.