Bandwidth bonding combines data at the packet level, enabling you to combine the speed of up to 13 connections. This is useful for situations where bandwidth is scarce, such as at a remote site, or in a moving vehicle. This technology also enables branch offices to connect to the head office at greater connection speeds.
Dynamic Weighted Bonding
Similar to Bandwidth Bonding, this technology aggregates different links, but is also able to identify connections and their latency. Dynamic Weighted Bonding limits or even prevents sending packets through a link once it detects increasing latency or poor performance. This algorithm maintains the benefits of a bonded link without being affected by weak connections.
Forward Error Correction
This technology has been developed to provide packet loss protection while minimising bandwidth consumption. While WAN Smoothing duplicates actual packets, Forward Error Correction (FEC) sends additional reserve packets which could be used to mitigate the effects of packet loss via interpolation.
SpeedFusion Traffic Steering
Modern networks carry a variety of traffic such as video streams, ERP sessions, HTTP sessions, and more. Depending on your deployment, you may need to give priority to certain kinds of traffic while throttling or even blocking others. SpeedFusion gives you granular control of how different kinds of traffic travels within your network.
Bandwidth on Demand
Bandwidth on Demand allows you to use improvised cellular WAN connections whenever, wherever. No longer will there be a need to predict your next location and be tied down to huge data costs or lengthy contract periods. SpeedFusion will provide you with the ultimate solution, a perfect match for you.
Bandwidth Overflow monitors network bandwidth usage and switches to the most suitable connection as bandwidth usage changes. This allows network users to access high bandwidth connections when needed or switch to less costly connections when bandwidth usage is low. The result is a more optimised connection.