bonded internet

BONDED INTERNET

Multiple internet lines combined for maximum

speed and highest available uptime

BONDED INTERNET

THE NEXT GENERATION OF INTERNET

Bonded Internet is a term that combines the bandwidth of multiple Internet connections into a single and faster connection. It provides the speed and reliability of a leased line. The combination of network interfaces on one host for redundancy and/or increased throughput. Works by bonding multiple internet connections together, creating a single connection with combined speed and high availability.

Traffic to your network goes through a server that distributes the data among the individual connections in the bond. At your site it is recombined into the original data stream by a small device connected to your existing firewall or router.

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Summary
Bonded Internet
Service Type
Bonded Internet
Provider Name
AEBC Internet Corp,
B11 - 970 Burrard Street,Vancouver,BC, Canada-V6Z 2R4,
Telephone No.6042881088
Area
BC and Alberta
Description
Bonded Internet is a term that combines the bandwidth of multiple Internet connections into a single and faster connection. It provides the speed and reliability of a leased line. The combination of network interfaces on one host for redundancy and/or increased throughput.