Mushroom Networks and T-Mobile USA Distributor One Shop Wireless Partner to Deliver Broadband Bonding™ Solutions that Improve WAN Performance
Mushroom Networks, Inc., innovators of Broadband Bonding technology, announced today it has signed an agreement with One Shop Wireless, Inc., a national and exclusive T-Mobile USA Business Partner Sales Master Agent based in Tampa, Fla., to bring Broadband Bonding™ solutions for 3G, 4G bonding, to businesses across the country. The agreement delivers the patent-pending Broadband Bonding product line to T-Mobile clients and further enhances the strength of One Shop Wireless’ solution portfolio encompassing voice, video and data to failover solutions to businesses.
“This strategic partnership gives our T-Mobile customers the cost-effective, intelligent and flexible router solutions they require, and provides them with the tools necessary to more effectively manage bandwidth across wireless and wireline connections,” said Gillian Foley, vice president of One Shop Wireless. “Mushroom Networks unique WAN aggregation solution is highly scalable that meets the needs of enterprise, mid- and small business entities and enables them to aggregate, monitor and manage multiple Internet connections. They can also access all locations remotely, without a static IP or dynamic DNS.”
Broadband Bonding is a technology that is used to aggregate Wide Area Network (WAN) connections to create a faster and more reliable enterprise grade Internet connection cost effectively.
“Partnering with One Shop Wireless, a national T-Mobile partner and leading wireless management and failover solutions provider, will expand our reach to more businesses, and open new doors for our innovative Broadband Bonding technology,” said Cahit Jay Akin, CEO of Mushroom Networks.
Cahit Akin, CEO, Mushroom Networks, Inc.
Mushroom Networks is the provider of SD-WAN (Software Defined WAN) and NFV solutions capable of Broadband Bonding that enables self-healing WAN networks that route around network problems such as latency, jitter and packet loss.