Hybrid Access Networks Using Client-Side Software

Internet is better when it’s faster and more reliable. That’s why the big thing now are hybrid access networks. The term refers to a special architecture for broadband access networks. Two different network technologies are combined to improve bandwidth. These technologies include WiFi, 4G / LTE, xDSL, etc. Typical deployment scenarios include hybrid CPE routers and hybrid aggregation gateways with load balancing … Read More

The Sticky WiFi Issue – How to Let Go of a Bad Connection

Sticky WiFi (or sticky clients) is a situation you’d want to avoid. Your computer or smartphone connects to a WiFi network and “sticks” to it, even if the connection is slow or non-functional and there are alternatives it could use. Your devices are only programmed to look for WiFi hotspots to connect. But they will not test the performance or connectivity … Read More

WiFi Sticky Clients – Fix Bad Internet Connection on Your Phone

Sticky WiFi (or sticky clients in the jargon of WiFi professionals) is a situation you’d want to avoid. Your computer or smartphone connects to a WiFi network and “sticks” to it, even if the connection is slow or non-functional and there are alternatives it could use. This happens because your devices are only programmed to look for WiFi hotspots to … Read More

Broadband Bonding Software – How it Works, Why It's Better

Broadband can bring fast Internet to homes and businesses. But, sometimes it just isn’t fast enough. Here are just a few things that require a lot of bandwidth: Plus, you might also encounter ISP throttling issues. Given all this, a regular broadband connection just isn’t enough for many people. So, they get 2 or more and combine them together at the same … Read More

What to Do When Comcast Internet Is Down

You know your Channel Bonding software is good—like really, really good—when Comcast internet service goes down for eight hours and no one in your office notices. This was the case yesterday at Speedify’s Philadelphia HQ. The entire team was hard at work, pushing Git commits, designing new UI elements, and writing blog posts. Little did we know, our ISP, Comcast … Read More

Is Your Connection to Blame for Your Unstable Android Apps?

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Are you having trouble with your Android apps? Are they slow to update or connect? Do they sometimes close abruptly? There are many reasons that Android apps are sometimes unstable, but often the cause isn’t the apps or your device. It’s your Internet connection. Read below to see how to resolve problems related to unstable Android apps due to issues … Read More