Video Streaming Over Bonded 4G LTE, 5G Wireless for Command and Control Vehicles

When it comes to Internet reliability for command and control vehicles for emergency response (first response), Broadband Bonding is a must-have technology for the most reliable Internet. Government Computer News’ William Jackson recently had a chance to talk to Paulding County (Paulding County case study) who knows how Broadband Bonding can make a big difference when it comes to reliable Internet through 4G, 5G bonding for both data as well as video over bonded 4G LTE, 5G wireless.

Here is a snippet:

When the command vehicle was first put into service more than two years ago, “we were relying on a Sprint card connected to a laptop to provide most of our connectivity,” said Maj. Kevin New, from Paulding County. “It just wasn’t doing it” in situations in which there could be as many as five computers operating in the vehicle at a time.

By tying three cellular channels together through a Portabella mobile appliance from Mushroom Networks, “it gives us quite a bit of bandwidth,” New said.

Operation of the Portabella is simple: There are USB ports for up to four cellular data cards, and a single Ethernet port to provide the bonded link. The tricky part is binding the four channels in an intelligent way so that they act as one pipe, which Portabella does using the most sophisticated and advanced algorithms in the industry.


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.


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