Now that 4G wireless is becoming more widely available, the doors have been opened on what's possible over a mobile broadband connection. Over the past few years there has been an increasing demand for a "bonding" solution, which is different than traditional load balancing. So, one of the first question is what exactly is the difference between load balancing and physically bonding a connection? Load balancing allows you to take multiple modems and balance the load between them within the router directly. This load balancing method WILL NOT give you a single stream resulting in one faster download and upload speed. This simply balances the load to offset usage when your office needs to support a lot of concurrent users, not to increase a single stream.
Physically bonding allows you to take multiple connections and turn them into one single stream, which allows you to have an increased download and upload speed. This can be incredibly useful for companies that demand a single pipe that offers faster speeds to download or upload real time video, route large amounts of traffic and handle video conferencing.
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