Networking & Internet

What is Internet Bonding?

Shayek Ahamed | November 4, 2018 | 135 views | 4 People said helpful.

What is internet bonding or bandwidth aggregation?

Internet Bonding or Bandwidth Aggregation usually refers to the aggregation of multiple internet connections to form one strong, reliable connection. Generally, with the increasing demands for high speed internet, internet bonding technology is getting massively popular day by day.

Why should we bond multiple internets?

One may think, “Why should we bond multiple internets?”. We are living in an era of technological advancement. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to find any business sector that is not using the internet. Even, there are some businesses which are consuming a large volume of internet bandwidth every second and cannot afford any interruption. Their operation depends on uninterrupted Bandwidth. However, in many cases, the operational Bandwidth is inadequate for their businesses, mainly due to infrastructural limitation.

Therefore, internet bonding could be a great solution to meet the bandwidth requirements in any perspective. By bonding multiple datalinks, entities can easily fulfill their Bandwidth requirements. Where a single connection is insufficient for critical business operations, (like- Live Video Streaming, News Gathering, Patient Monitoring, Telemedicine etc.) bonding two, three or more datalinks can easily serve the purpose.

But, this is not an easy task at all and obviously a painstaking job, All attempts may result in vain if you do not use a proper solution. Natiply, Datalink Bonding System, is such a technology, which can efficiently bond various types of internet connection (i.e. 2G, 3G, 4G/LTE, broadband, satellite, WiMax etc.) to serve your demands for the internet. For more details about Natiply, please visit www.synopi.com/natiply