Fusion releases bonded broadband product
- 09 March, 2011 16:44
Fusion Broadband has introduced an IP bonding technology it claims can quadruple Internet speeds for businesses.
The technology was developed by a Canadian-based company, Rocket Network.
IP broadband bonding can combine multiple DSL broadband connections together thus aggregating the speed of each line into one service.
Upload and download speeds are reflected by the sum of the connected services.
Failure of a single DSL connection will not impact the overall service, according to Fusion Broadband.
Services can come from different ISPs. The bonding service works with a number of access technologies including ADSL2+, SHDSL, Ethernet and wireless broadband.
Prices start at $75 per month for each bonded connection with a minimum set-up fee of $450.
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