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A New Infographic From Prodec Networks Discovers Crucial Stats For 3g And Broadband Across The Uk

One essential stat which is slightly surprising is that only 60 % of metropolitan businesses make use of a broadband connection. What is not so unusual nevertheless, is that just 41 % of rural companies use a broadband hookup, with 34 % of these businesses disappointed with the reliability and 25 % disappointed with the worth for money. Looking at the infographic it is clear that both city and rural businesses are unhappy with the speed of their broadband connection with 48 % and 63 % of companies being disappointed respectively. East Anglia and some parts of Wales are the least satisfied with their high speed broadband rate which represents the absence of 3G drivers in these areas, other than for little wallets. The map of broadband fulfillment rates largely represents the 3G protection map, except for some parts of central England, particularly Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire which have reduced fulfillment rates with their broadband however are well covered by 3G operators, suggesting the use of mobile information connectivity can be a viable choice for these locations for Internet services. About Prodec Networks Founded in 1998; Prodec Networks is a market leader supplying businesses of all sizes with Data Networks, Voice Systems and Bonded 3G Services and Solutions. Prodec Networks expertise covers Servers and Storage, Voice Networks, Data Systems, Hosting, Connectivity and Services and often dispatches orders on the same day. It also offers a buy-back facility, enabling customers to offset the cost of their upgrades. The company has grown significantly since 1998 and now employs more than 55 staff.
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Stream Communications supports outside broadcast feeds over bonded 3G connections

Stream Communications SIM cards Registering has great advantages, like: --Win great prizes like Google Android tablets, iPads, iPods, Kindles, Laptops and more --Free support for your broadband and tech problems Results 1 to 13 of 13 I doubt its possible, but could be wrong. Dont have a router to test "If the ANC does to you what the apartheid government did to you, then you must do to the ANC what you did to the apartheid government." Nelson Mandela Posts 1,698 Well, you will need 2x3G routers and a DUAL-wan load balancer to bond both of them Look me in the eyes when I stare at you. -Borderlands 2 fiend Originally Posted by Peon Well, you will need 2x3G routers and a DUAL-wan load balancer to bond both of them That's called load-balancing, and can be used in failover mode as well. But it is not bonding. True bonding requires hardware on both the client side, and the network operators side. The hardware on either end merges the 2+ connections into a single fat pipe whose capacity/speed is the sum of the capacity/speed of all pipes, less negligible bonding overhead. TCP connections sent over this pipe are network security able to utilise the full capacity of the pipe.
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bonded 3G mobile broadband

Nigel Chadwick, Founding Director of Stream Communications, said, Production companies which use standard 3G solutions have rapidly discovered the limitations of the technology, not least due to the issues of contention in areas such as stadia with large crowds communicating via mobile. The ability to bond 3G for greater bandwidth, and our own enhanced network provision, means broadcasters are now able to access a more cost effective and flexible transport network for their digital content from anywhere. For a 3G data connection to be viable for outside broadcast it must meet specialist requirements for high capacity, security and reliability, while addressing the considerable cost implications of transmitting television content. With six Stream 3G SIMS bonded and optimised for maximum video quality based, accessible bandwidth can be as high as 30Mbps. That is more than capable of supporting a live 1080HD video stream to deliver a satellite-equivalent broadcast experience. Outside broadcast depends on the resilience and quality of connection back to the studio. The enhanced 3G network offers a mature, vast, reliable, and stable alternative to satellite, said Chadwick. With a quick, simple set up and monthly service charge, Stream Communications provides broadcasters with a flexible and resilient alternative to satellite backhaul, with a tariff that is significantly lower when compared to capital expenditure and data transmission costs from hiring or owning a satellite vehicle. As the 3G data connection does not require tethering to a vehicle, with all the additional demands of cabling these bring, it immediately delivers additional advantages in terms of mobility which roving reporters will in particular demand as they are spread across the many and often remote Olympic venues in 2012. Bonded 3G offers low capital expenditure to set up and relatively small operational costs.
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