Sharedband Cuts Hardware Costs by 25%

Sharedband has introduced a new Dual DSL Modem; providing significant benefits for resellers and customers.

Reducing costs and easing deployment, the new Dual DSL Modem bonds multiple connections and replaces the former “two routers, one switch” bonded solution with a single unit; cutting costs from £400 to just £299. In addition, the new unit eliminates multiple connections and wiring, eliminating the risk of connection errors and clutter.

Tim Burne, Chief Operations Officer, comments on the launch, “Demand for cloud services is increasing but Ethernet and leased line costs prove economically prohibitive for many businesses. This innovation cuts the entry-level hardware cost for end-users; making Sharedband an easier deployment for our reseller channel. Sharedband effectively bridges the gap between a standard low-band width DSL connection and the quantum leap to Ethernet or leased lines, giving customers access to cost-effective high-speed internet”.

Sharedband’s technology bonds together network connections from a variety of sources to produce a single fast and dependable internet connection. Sharedband can bond together two, three or more broadband connections from multiple sources (including ADSL, cable, fibre and wireless) providing a more effective internet connection.

From a channel perspective, Sharedband bonded internet is as an enabler for further sales of lucrative cloud solutions that require fast and reliable connectivity – Sharedband provides the technology with the bandwidth and resilience required to implement cloud based services for end-users.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine

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