HD WAN for the
Remote Business

Make the most of what’s available.

When you have multiple properties for rent, the last thing you want your tenants to call is to report the Internet problem.

With HD WAN, not only your Internet can be managed remotely, but it will also virtually have no downtime, and make managing property become easier.

HD  WAN for the Remote Business – Bonded Internet
For rental properties, especially in rural areas, some areas only have access to low performing broadband connections with no other carrier options available.
For home workers, sharing their network with other users can be challenging. Being able to complete a Video conference meeting while others stream Netflix or download files is a real problem. Make sure your tenants have decent Internet speed is important for their satisfaction in your house.
HD WAN for the Remote Business – Backup Internet

When there is an internet outage, others might lose Internet, but not your tenants. In recent outage cause by degraded Fiber Optic from Rogers, all tenants in buildings and properties using HD WAN are not affected by the incident.

HD WAN deploys a standby connection that activates seamlessly when the primary connection suddenly drops ensuring connectivity is not lost. Your tenants will not recognize that there is an Internet outage.

Backup Internet 3G, 4G, LTE or 5G

Residential broadband can be spotty at times. Professionals working from home have admitted resorting to mobile tethering to download/upload documents or complete video conferencing calls and presentations. These untimely interruptions happen often, making work from home situations difficult or unreliable.

HD WAN provides users with Backup Internet. Combine an existing broadband connection with a mobile connection such as 3G, 4G, LTE, or 5G as a standby. A standby connection activates seamlessly when the primary Broadband link suddenly drops – ensuring connectivity is not lost. A Standby connection will continue to send traffic over the Internet without any interruptions to voice calls, video calls or VPN sessions. Once the primary link becomes active, the standby link returns to standby mode, ready for the next emergency.