Are you in an area with slow Internet? Waiting for the mysterious NBN to come to your home or office? We are currently reviewing a new technology which helps speed up your internet connection by “Bonding” multiple Internet Service Providers for your download, and using a 4G USB dongle for the uploads. The result means your Internet runs up to 10 times faster. Here’s how it works:
It simply fuses multiple broadband connections together to give you a much faster and much more reliable connection. The bonded connection combines the bandwidth capacity of each circuit connected, in both uplink and downlink directions and presents itself to the network via a single cable and public IP or address range.
By bonding two or more broadband services together you can create a single, super-fast, cost-effective broadband connection.
With bonding, your VPN, Remote Services, bandwidth sensitive applications and cloud-based applications will perform more effectively. In addition, your business broadband connection will be protected by multiple paths giving you a level of redundancy over a single service connection. Given we can bond any type of service from any carrier, your level of redundancy is greatly increased.
Bonding will make all your bandwidth available all of the time for all of your applications to use. Even by bonding just two lines you will see the following benefits:
- Files uploaded to the cloud in half the time
- Backup times significantly reduced
- Remote Desktop users will rejoice
- VPNs will perform more effectively
- Better quality VoIP calls
- Multi-line redundancy with automatic, unattended, seamless failover/failback (even during an HTTPS session
Once installed, you should see an immediate increase in your broadband speed.
It offers two platforms to cater from two lines to 20 lines.
Faster Throughput. More speed means your applications and business become more efficient. Bonded connections can very quickly build high speed, highly redundant broadband connections.
TCP Acceleration. TCP Acceleration process is designed to maximise bonded throughput on unstable connections.
Failover/Failback. Broadband bonding gives you seamless multi-path redundancy with minimal packet loss and no IP address changes through a connection failure.
Quality of Service. QoS is all about making sure your time critical applications get priority of your available bandwidth when they need it.
To learn more about broadband bonding works, check out www.fusionbroadband.com.au