Sharedband is now partnering with Proactive ITS, the IT services provider with clients across the Midlands. Proactive ITS now offers its client base Sharedband’s bonded Internet service, providing high-speed connectivity at low cost.
Sharedband’s technology bonds together network connections from a variety of sources to produce one fast, dependable internet connection. Sharedband can bond together two, three or more broadband connections from multiple sources including ADSL, cable, fibre and wireless, providing an internet connection that is fast, stable and scalable.
While the technology behind Sharedband is sophisticated, setting up the service is not. Sharedband firmware comes pre-installed on a Sharedband supplied standard router able support up to 20 Mbps aggregated speed. The Sharedband service also provides a static IP address which can be a significant advantage for business users.
Commenting for Proactive ITS, Ross Edwards, Managing Director said, “Our business is built on long-term relationships with our clients so that we can make the right recommendations to suit their needs. We have an increasing number of clients that require fast broadband connectivity but don’t have access to fibre connections and cannot justify the cost of a leased line. For them Sharedband is the ideal solution providing both the speed and resilience they need. We already have two medium sized clients signed up and we’re talking to more because it’s well priced, starting at only £10 per month per line.”
For Sharedband, Tim Burne, Chief Operations Officer stated. “We’re delighted to add Proactive ITS to the growing number of Sharedband channel partners. We have worked hard to make the service simple to deploy and to use. Our partner portal makes it easy to administer and to monitor performance levels. A lot of our partners find that deploying Sharedband allows them to upsell customers to cloud based services, which require fast, reliable bandwidth. So not only does Sharedband generate incremental margin in its own right, it can also help generate additional revenue streams.”
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