Bandwidth Aggregation

Cost-Effective Internet Performance and Always-On Availability.

Unplanned network outages are common and will continue to occur as long as natural disasters, power outages, cable damage, router failure and security threats exist. Bandwidth Aggregation combines multiple connections (even those with different speeds and circuit types) to provide a single, faster and more reliable connection.

Reduces Downtime & Protects the Business.

Bandwidth Aggregation ensures that your Internet services are up and available. Remote employees benefit from continued access to email and VPN, while customer and partner portals, VoIP, and other services are always available. Quality of Service (QoS) policies prioritizes critical application traffic and prevents congestion.

For a company looking for scalability in connecting to the Internet, bandwidth aggregation allows you to grow your bandwidth as your needs grow.

Let Us Help You Customize the Optimal Telecom Solution.

At BullsEye, our list of services goes on and on. We can help you identify the ones you need and the ones you don’t. Our clients depend on us to always deliver quality connections and superior customer service with a personal touch. We'll work hand-in-hand with you to provide the insight and support you need to optimize your telecom environment.

What's in it for you?

  • Better performance and improved bandwidth, without the cost
  • Guaranteed call quality and uptime reliability
  • Peace of mind and increased reliability
  • Backup and failover capability
  • Cheaper alternative to MPLS
  • Seamlessly combines connections of different speeds and technology to increase bandwidth and scalability in a single solution
  • Reduces the risk of downtime with automatic, instantaneous failover capability
  • Ensures clear, audible and reliable IP voice traffic
  • Bandwidth aggregation with high-performance networks for today’s high-performance applications
  • Seamless Failover featuring reliable networks for highly sensitive, critical application use
  • Guaranteed clarity of transmission for IP voice and other real-time applications (e.g., video conferencing)
  • Affordable, business-grade networks leveraging commoditized circuits
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