It’s official… 4K video has arrived
Ultra HD TVs are already on store shelves, and content is starting to roll out for this next-generation in screen resolution. Already this year, Netflix launched a new season of its popular ‘House of Cards’ series as its first foray into 4K content, and the film industry has officially adopted the standard, too.
The trouble is, streaming 4K video content requires some pretty serious bandwidth (about 25 Mbps at minimum). But, if you don’t have that kind of bandwidth on your primary Internet connection, you can still stream Ultra HD video content on your computer, thanks to Speedify.
Once running, Speedify automatically detects and bonds any active Internet connections such as WiFi, DSL, Ethernet, and 3G & 4G devices. The more you have the faster you’ll go!
Speedify’s channel bonding technology takes takes into account the latency and reliability of all your Internet connections and makes them act like a single, faster Internet connection, while ensuring connectivity even if one connection fails.
Try Speedify today using our risk-free 3-day trial, and see how easy it is to combine two (or more!) Internet connections, using their combined speed to get smooth 4K video streaming.
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