Wednesday, November 05, 2008


Mushroom Networks sells a trademarked broadband bonding device. It goes on the client side not the DSLAM side. Here's the official description:

The first product offering of Mushroom Networks using the Broadband Bonding® technology is the TRUFFLE Broadband Bonding Network Appliance (BBNA). The TRUFFLE BBNA6401 is a standalone product designed for a small and medium sized business (SMB) that implements aggregation of multiple Internet access resources, for example, multiple DSL lines, cable modems, T1 access lines, etc.

I don't know anyone using it. I don't even know how viable it is. I ran across it when I saw a press release for $200 T1 bonding.

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