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Whether looking to upgrade internet connection speed or exploring monthly expense reduction while minimizing impact, bonded ADSL is a technology well worth investigating. As opposed to gaining faster data transfer through installing a dedicated leased line, ADSL bonding combines multiple smaller broadband lines to achieve the same results at lower costs.
In the past to gain a business quality high-speed connection with the internet, turning to a T3/T1 point-to-point connection was the superior route to take. At its core, a leased line provides a business or individual a fat pipe that can handle lots of data. Used as either a single channel or as a divided line for data multiplexing and voice, T-3/T-1 technology is proven and reliable.
For a long time, the speed gap between T-3/T-1 leased lines and the speeds available through other "thin pipe" technologies was significant. A business had to make a significant leap in financial commitment to bridge this gap. With the ascension of technology innovations to bond multiple ADSL broadband lines into a virtual single "fat pipe", the data transfer rate gap has been closed with significantly less expense.
In most applications, two or three broadband lines are bonded to increase connection speed. The technology does not diminish the speed of the individual lines, so one can calculate the data transfer rate by summing the speeds of each individual line. So in the case of bonding two 4Mbps lines, the result is an overall connection of 8Mbps. This formula works with each additional line added to the mix and as many as 16 lines have been successfully bonded to create a super-fast connection.
A bonded solution works by distributing split packets across the available lines and then reassembles for delivery. The bonding device is located at the edge of the customer's network and works in conjunction with the ISP bonder. If line errors are detected, packets are redirected around the non-working lines.
Conceptually, bonding can be compared to filling a bucket of water with a hose. The fill rate is limited by the size of the hose as only so many gallons per minute can run through. To fill the bucket faster one must get a bigger hose with an increased GPM, or add another hose to help fill. By adding an additional hose (and another and another) theoretically the fill rate is unlimited. As mentioned however, bonding currently has a practical limit of 16 lines.
The value provided by bonded ADSL solutions has meant that many network providers are offering bonded solutions. Choosing a firm should be done carefully and the experience, service and track record of potential firms should all be taken into consideration. Also inquire about after install service as bonded ADSL technology continues to evolve.
To stay competitive, businesses need a fast and reliable internet connection. Where previously one was forced to make the leap to a leased line solution to get a significant speed upgrade, ADSL bonding is now a viable option. Bonding allows multiple broadband lines to be combined into a faster connection at minimal added expense.
April 20, 2014, 5:47:00 am, America/Chicago