On-net or off-net, ensure network packets arrive on-time, and in-sequence. Every time.
Quality of Service is an incredible network feature that is increasingly being demanded as VoIP and Video-Conferencing solutions are replacing PRIs, and face-to-face meetings. Bonded Internet™ not only bonds the bandwidth of multiple, diverse Internet connections, but it also provides application/traffic management outside the LAN, into the Core. Let’s explain:
1. Unlimited Application Prioritization
Do your customers have complex LANs that require various levels of prioritization? It’s not a problem for Bonded Internet™. With Bonded Internet™, your customers can create customized prioritization levels (as many as they need) to satisfy their system hierarchy.
3, 10, 35 application priorization levels can be created using our simple configuration dashboard.
2. Dynamic Allocation of Bandwidth for Prioritization Level
Unlimited application priorities mean nothing unless the QoS pipe-within-a-pipe is dynamic.
With Bonded Internet™, the Quality-of-Service priority tunnels expand and contract to adapt to the usage levels – or bandwidth allocation – required by each application tier.
If a customer needs to make multiple simultaneous voice calls, the voice-tunnel will expand to accommodate that traffic. There’s no wasted bandwidth like with other QoS methods.
3. Take Control of traffic over On-Net or Off-Net links
Here’s where you’ll think we’re dreaming.
Because of the system’s architecture, Bonded Internet™ allows ISPs, CLECs, and other service providers to provide end-to-end Quality of Service over 3rd-party connections.
HOW? We’d love to show you. Let us schedule an online demonstration where we show you how we’re able to monitor the health of off-net links and maintain a VoIP call’s quality while the off-net link is saturated.
4. Over Mixed-Media, Mixed-Speed links
Maintaining packet order is a critical component of Quality of Service. With Bonded Internet™’s advanced routing and traffic-shaping algorithms, ISPs can maintain their customers’ packet order over multiple, diverse connections.
Connection speeds may vary, and connection-types may require packet translation work. Bonded Internet™ manages unique network make-up, and still delivers packets on time and in order.
5. Point-to-Point traffic prioritization and management.
End-to-End, Node-to-Node, or Point-to-Point – whatever you call it, managing the entire WAN is a priority for distributed companies. Multapplied’s Bonded Internet™ allows partners to deliver customer packets in order, from one point to the next, without loss, over the Internet.
Considering an IP-based WAN? Multapplied is the right choice – there’s no need to use MPLS to ensure application integrity.