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ADSL & Fibre Broadband Bonded Solutions

3rd November 2016

The right connectivity for your business

ADSL & Fibre Broadband Bonded Solutions

In some cases, businesses may find that connectivity options such as superfast broadband (FTTC, FTTP) or Ethernet based solutions (EoFTTC, EFM) are not yet available, and that the alternative, Leased Lines are too expensive for the size of the business. In this article we explore our bonded solutions.Bonded SolutionsOne option is to utilise traditional ADSL / ADSL2+ broadband lines & bond them together for enhanced speed and reliability.

Our bonded solutions use cloud based servers to receive and transmit your internet traffic. Bonded internet traffic is split up and put back together for a seamless connection – offering faster combined speeds than would otherwise be possible.

Available in 2, 3 or 4 broadband connection packages, as well as speeding up your internet connection (by up to 4x), you get built in redundancy. If one of the broadband connections fails the service continues using the rest of the available lines.

Be aware, bonded broadband differs from similar, but not the same, Load balancing. Load balancing, whilst at a lower price point, only allows internet traffic to be sent dynamically across one of two independent internet links, typically using the quietest link as priority. Load balancing whilst still allowing for redundancy, can never achieve a greater throughput than one link can offer on its own.



One important note about bonded solutions is that they don’t support VOIP or video conferencing due to the way the data is split up. If this is a requirement you may wish to consider an Ethernet Leased Line solution, a Load balancing router, or a separate, dedicated ADSL connection for your VOIP services.

Bonded Solutions

Bonded Solutions

Why not consider our Bonded DSL solution as a faster alternative to ADSL whilst you’re waiting for faster services to arrive?

In our final article tomorrow, we explore alternative connectivity options such as wireless.

Tomorrow we conclude our internet connectivity series with our wireless solutions

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