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December 26, 2007

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widerange

I this is where shaping might come in. Private internet providers have been doing it for years with products like NetEqualizer and Packeteer. As we're seeing now, major ISPs are starting to go down that road now, with some taking more consumer friendly approaches than others.

widerange

I this is where shaping might come in. Private internet providers have been doing it for years with products like NetEqualizer and Packeteer. As we're seeing now, major ISPs are starting to go down that road now, with some taking more consumer friendly approaches than others.

martin hill

there is great demand for more bandwidth everywhere due to these new applications that require constant and high bandwidth availability. fiber is a good solution but is timely and costly. living in an area where there is no fiber availability it is frustrating when using web applications in communicating to other offices accross the country. a good solution that we have recently installed is one from a company called xrio. we have connected 2 adsl connections into the device and we are receiving twice as much bandwidth. http://www.xrio.com maybe worth looking at for others in a similiar circumstances.

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