What is Broadband Bonding and Why Do You Need It?

Broadband is supposed to bring fast Internet to homes and businesses. But, sometimes broadband just isn’t fast enough. Between ISP throttling issues and the increasing amount of bandwidth usage from things like music streaming, video streaming, and data intensive games and apps a regular broadband connection just isn’t enough for many people. Broadband bonding is the perfect solution. Read below … Read More

Hybrid Access Broadband Networking Solutions – Speedify SDK

As markets, customers, and smartphones continue to multiply, Network Operators and MVNOs are facing critical bandwidth issues. In the face of soaring costs and overloaded cellular networks, Carriers have been working for years to develop hybrid access technologies to offload this increased traffic to broadband or DSL and leverage existing investments in infrastructure to no avail. But, that is all … Read More

The Solution to Slow Broadband in Rural Ireland

We came across an article in the Independent Ireland Business section about award-winning blogger, Angela Gallagher, and her issues with broadband in rural Ireland. The issues started when her daughter and grandchildren moved to Australia and in an effort to keep in touch with them, her son set her up with a WordPress blog and Skype. She mentions, “That’s when … Read More

Speedify Can Help Fix Slow Internet in Rural America

For us city dwellers, we tend to take high-speed Internet for granted. As people who are always on-the-go, having Internet access is probably one of the most important aspects of our lives, from the ability to communicate to getting an assignment done. But what about the folks in rural areas? Many don’t get the same luxury. It has recently come … Read More

Broadband in Maine – Most Rural State in the US

Maine is the most rural state in the US where almost 60% of the population live in rural areas. Most Internet service providers are hesitant to serve the populations in rural areas because the per-household costs of providing such connections are much greater in rural areas than in urban or suburban areas, not to mention the costs of getting maintenance … Read More

Broadband in Rural Alaska is Behind the Times

The Federal Communications Commission regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable in the US, Districts of Columbia, and other US territories. Every year they set new benchmarks for how fast Internet speeds should be, usually increasing by 25 Mbps per year. But there are many rural areas in Alaska, where the Internet speeds lag behind … Read More