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Solution!  Aggregate Bonding combines the bandwidth of multiple connections, either from the same technology (multiple DSL lines) or multiple technologies ( DSL + Cable + Wireless) to provide increased download & upload speeds.  Combined connections offer increased performance and reliability with redundant lines that actually are used as active bandwidth contributors.

Most organizations a depending on their internet to get things done, but far to few are using it to improve productivity.  It should be understood that our internet speed & performance is shared amoung each user. So if an office has a traditional 6 Mbps connection then each user is likely using a single Mbps each (1Mbps) just not enough!  We should also realize that the media content on the internet has never been greater, HD video, images and the quantity of content has never been greater.

Increased Internet Speed is the easiest & most cost effective way to improve overall productivity.

What is the Value?   If we could improve overall productivity and attitude of all our employees what would that be worth?  Try and calculate approximately 10 minutes a day multiplied by the number of your employees and the average wage, multiplied by 300 working day! The number might surprise you!

Problem? Most businesses don't consider increasing internet speed as an option to improve employee productivity unless they are really suffering from slow speeds.  And traditional providers only ever provide "single line" access speed, leading customers to believe that the speeds that they can achieve, is just the speed they get!

Solution!  Aggregate Bonding combines the bandwidth of multiple connections, either from the same technology (multiple DSL lines) or multiple technologies ( DSL + Cable + Wireless) to provide increased download & upload speeds.  Combined connections offer increased performance and reliability with redundant lines that actually are used as active bandwidth contributors.

INTERNET TYPES:

DSL:  Digital subscriber line (DSL; originally digital subscriber loop) is a family of technologies that are used to provide internet access over telephone lines. DSL is widely understood to mean asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL), the most commonly installed DSL technology.

FTTN:Fiber-to-the-node, -neighborhood, or -last-amplifier): Fiber is terminated in a street cabinet, possibly miles away from the customer premises, with the final connections being copper.

CABLE: Broadband cable Internet access requires a cable modem at the customer's premises and a cable modem termination system at a cable operator facility, Internet systems can typically operate where the distance between the modem and the termination system is up to 160 kilometres (99 mi).

FIBER: Optical fiber has large advantages over existing copper wire in long-distance and high-demand applications. However, infrastructure development within cities was relatively difficult and time-consuming, and fiber-optic systems were complex and expensive to install and operate. Due to these difficulties, fiber-optic communication systems have primarily been installed in long-distance applications, where they can be used to their full transmission capacity, offsetting the increased cost.