UBonding Packet Based Load Balancing

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Let us talk about a specific problem. In your organization you have two broadband connections, say one from Vendor X and another is from Vendor Y. You are using them as an active & passive scenario and assume both have a monthly quota of 100GB and link speed of 100Mbps. X is your primary and Y is your secondary connection. There is high chance that you would be consuming 100GB from X inmost of the cases and you would be using Y to its bare minimum. You are restricting all your users to use 100Mbps link and say if you have 20 users each one of them getting speeds up to 5Mbps speed.

The fact is Y is underused and X is overused. Each user is getting only 5Mbps speed. How can you solve this problem? This is where session-based load balancing comes in.

Using session-based load balancing technique, you can use both the connections at the same time and help users to get better speeds by diverting traffic across two links concurrently. So, each user can get up to 10Mbps. Problem solved! Cheers.

But there is another problem. Each user does not consume data in the same way. User A downloads 10GB of data and user B only uses it for emails. Using session-based load balancing you cannot split a single session and transfer traffic across multiple connections. That is where UBonding and its Packet based load balancing help us out.

UBonding packet-based load balancing technology splits a single session and sends traffic across multiple connections. This ensures optimum use of available connections and quality user experience. By deploying UBonding solution in your organization you can ensure each user gets speeds up to 10Mbps as well as an optimum use of available connections. UBonding technology is highly scalable can be deployed in small, medium, and large-scale organizations to get benefit from packet-based load balancing technology. UBonding technology is connection agnostic, the packet-based load balancing can be used with broadband/cellular 2G/3G/4G connections. All IOT devices which works with multiple SIMs can leverage UBonding packet-based load balancing technology.

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