Category Archives : QoS


State of Internet Bonding in 2017 and Beyond

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“Internet bonding”, unlike physical-layer or MAC-layer carrier bonding, refers to the aggregation of ISP links with an OTT (Over The Top) overlay tunnel. With Internet bonding (also known as Broadband Bonding) an organization can combine any type of IP connectivity from any service provider to create a faster and more reliable Internet connection. In generic […]

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3 Top Reasons for SD-WAN

Top 3 Right Reasons to Consider SD-WAN

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SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Networks) is the cutting edge technology in terms of providing connectivity for enterprises and various other vertical market use cases. However, as in any other cutting edge technology, this doesn’t necessarily mean that your organization should jump on the bandwagon and replace your legacy routers and firewalls with SD-WAN appliances. […]


Diagnosing Correctly – Best networking practices for EHR

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Electronic Health Records (EHR) for the medical industry is more than a mandate to keep medical professional’s existing Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement levels, it is becoming an expectation from the patients, from their care givers, to be efficient, effective and less prone to human errors. Patients also expect an integrated way of sharing information between […]

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Barnacules Nerdgasm deploys Mushroom Networks

Elastic Static IP helped Jerry address Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks

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Jerry Berg is the founder of Banacules Nerdgasm, the Youtube channel with over 64 million views and 660,000 subscribers. Barnacules Nerdgasm’s popularity meant that the broadcast was an attractive target for hackers with their cyber attacks, especially DDoS. No matter what Jerry tried to protect his network, it didn’t work. While searching for a Broadband […]


Genetically Engineered Routers for Managing WAN Performance

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Enterprises, small and large, depend heavily on the performance of their applications that run over their WAN networks. When your company relies on applications and services that run over the Internet (and which company doesn’t these days), then managing WAN performance may be the single most important IT project that guarantees to pay dividends. This is true […]

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VOIP Trends

Five Market Trends of Enterprise VoIP

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VoIP and the Workplace Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a telephony platform leveraging IP packets for voice-communication services. Since VOIP is based on IP and can support unified communication (UC), enterprise VoIP significantly simplifies communication both within and external to the organization, by expanding the range of available messaging and data-exchange resources. Enterprise VoIP also stimulates […]


The Importance of a SIP Aware Firewall for the VoIP-Dependent Enterprise

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The Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications platform unites essential elements of Centrex and On-premise IP-PBX systems into a coherent, integrated telephony configuration. VoIP provides users the same basic calling features – unlimited local/long-distance calls, unified messaging, call waiting/forwarding/ID/transfer, and dial-by-name, among many other basic call functions. With hosted PBX, the service provider owns and […]

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