Multapplied Internet Bonding Solution Now Available
November 27, 2012
Multapplied Networks, a global provider of advanced bonding solutions, revealed that its Internet bonding solution will now be available commercially after four years of product development and market testing with end-user customers.
Bonded Internet improves network performance and adds redundancy by connecting multiple circuits from multiple carriers into one seamless Internet connection. Bonding supports a wide range of connectivity types across diverse carriers.
The company’s flagship product was developed jointly by two British Columbia firms – Rocket Networks and Kerkhoff Technologies. Originally developed for their own end-user customers, the companies quickly realized the tremendous potential of the product for ISPs around the world.
"We learned that our bonding product represented a real competitive advantage in the brutally cutthroat ISP industry," Johan Arnet, president of Multapplied, said in a statement.
"In order to provide the highest possible level of service to ISPs, we determined the best path was to create a new company solely focused on this market," Arnet added.
Bonded internet combines the bandwidth of multiple Internet connections into a single faster virtual connection. It provides the speed and reliability of leased lines at the cost of regular broadband Internet connections.
Over the last few years, Multapplied has been working with several global ISPs to optimize the product for worldwide use.
Fusion Broadband of Australia is one of the customers of Multapplied who has had great success with the Multapplied bonding solution. Jason Maude, managing director at Fusion, said, "Our customer base is growing exponentially, and we believe this is directly attributable to the tremendous reliability and performance we can provide our customers due to the Multapplied Networks Internet bonding solution."
In another statement, TMCnet mentioned a real-time broadband bonding technology, introduced at the recent 2012 Interop (News - Alert) held in Las Vegas.
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Edited by Braden Becker