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Why TailWind for Broadband Aggregation Services?
We create customized, bundled broadband, DIA, and fiber services for your entire enterprise. We’re here for you from installation through completion, and we stay with you to ensure your network is ready for the future. We’ll help you:
- Design cost-effective aggregation solutions
- Implement, manage, and monitor broadband service
- Optimize Break/Fix & MACD logistics
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What Is Broadband Aggregation?
Broadband Aggregation services simplify multi-location connectivity by managing internet connections, providers, and speeds throughout an organization. By aggregating broadband services, enterprise businesses can source internet from a single service provider for all locations.
The Importance of Broadband Aggregation
Enterprise businesses often have to juggle multiple internet providers and speeds to meet each location’s unique connectivity needs. Managing connectivity across a multi-location business is often complex – there are multiple bills to keep track of, and determining which provider to contact when there’s an issue can be time-consuming.
Broadband aggregators streamline connectivity management by sourcing internet services from a single provider. That means one bill to account for and one provider to call for every connection.
Broadband Aggregation Benefits
Along with simplified connectivity management, Broadband Aggregation services can help enterprise businesses boost their total bandwidth by combining the capacities of individual connections. It also optimizes traffic distribution across these connections, increasing the network’s capacity.
Broadband Aggregation services also improve network reliability by providing redundancy. If one connection fails, traffic is automatically rerouted to the remaining connections to minimize downtime.
Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to the most commonly asked questions about Broadband Aggregation services.
How many carriers do you have wholesale partnerships with?
TailWind currently has over 100 wholesale partnerships with carriers across the U.S. and Canada.
What makes TailWind different from other providers?
What connectivity services can I purchase through TailWind?
Won’t using a broadband aggregator increase my connectivity costs?
Actually, we’ve helped many customers save money thanks to our ability to purchase connectivity services at wholesale prices. A few other ways TailWind’s Broadband Aggregation services help customers save time and money include:
- A single invoice across all locations, which reduces the risk of late fees and service disruptions due to missed payments.
- One company to contact any time you need support – we’ll deal with all of your carriers on your behalf.
- Access to technicians who can provide on-site wiring, testing, and turn up to verify your service is working properly.
What is a Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol?
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) is an International Engineering Task Force (IETF) standard that combines Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) and Cisco's Layer 2 Forwarding Protocol (L2F) to establish tunnels between two endpoints.
While L2TP itself doesn't provide data encryption, broadband aggregators often use it with IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) to create secure VPN connections.
What is PPPoE?
What are three benefits of using an ISP aggregator?
ISP aggregators offer enterprise businesses a single point of contact for internet service issues, regardless of location or provider, saving end-users from having to figure out who to call when problems arise. Similarly, they offer a consolidated monthly invoice for connectivity across every location to simplify billing.
Working with an ISP aggregator also ensures the organization can access better customer service. Instead of contacting individual carriers for help, a dedicated account manager can handle every support ticket or billing error. They deal with the carriers directly to resolve any issues.
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