By strategically combining multiple Internet connections from different networks or carriers, Nexus Multilink delivers more uptime than just a single connection. The system recognizes network outages and re-routes traffic instantly to back-up or standby connections, avoiding network disruptions to keep business going.
Businesses in remote locations with insufficient Broadband can use Nexus MultiLink to Bond Multiple Cellular 3G, 4G, LTE, 5G and fixed wireless connections to provide high-speed broadband. Our SD-WAN technology automatically recognizes when there is a disruption to your wireline connection and seamlessly keeps your business applications connected with your cellular connection. Great for remote businesses, cottages, temporary construction offices, Mobile Homes, Food Trucks and more. View Pricing >>
Nexus MultiLink solution can combine multiple internet accesses into a single connection, whether it's cable or DSL, to allow higher speeds as well as seamless fail over. It offers the ultimate reliability and control over your connection to increase your speed and minimize the latency. If you are looking for network reliability, speed and clarity of voice, Nexus Multilink combines all of these aspects together to give you true network confidence. View Pricing >>
One of the most common questions we are asked is " “What is the cost of network downtime?” The answer depends on how long it takes to get back online. Downtime can cost a significant amount of revenue. Based on industry surveys, Gartner suggests the cost of downtime is $5,600 p/minute, which extrapolates to well over $300K p/hour. This is just an average and there is a large degree of variance, based on the characteristics of your business and environment (i.e., your vertical, risk tolerance etc).
Downtime is serious, as most companies function through online software and communications systems such as UCaaS, AWS and Azure while others rely on cloud apps, POS secure payment gateways and online ordering.
Until now, the advantages of this technology has largely only been attainable by Enterprise and Fortune-500 companies. Nexus Multilink now offers those same benefits to Small to Medium Businesses.
|Healthcare||Quick, secure connection to your entire care team or Telehealth client without worrying about network outages.|
|Education||Safe, consistent connection for online learning, filtering content, provisioning bandwidth and sharing resources.|
|Corporate||Network outages and weak connections won't disrupt your zoom meetings any longer. Quickly and securely upload and share files.|
|Retail||Keep your Point-of-Sale and security system online, manage inventory, scheduling, IOT devices, etc.|
|Hospitality||Keep security equipment, customer WiFi and Point- of-Sale devices online. Control traffic, ambiance (TV, music, etc.).|
|Construction||Securely connect remote and temporary site offices, quickly share files, managing contractors with reliable network connections.|
No more worrying about network outages. These devices can combine your DSL or cable internet with LTE to give you higher speed and backup internet in case of network outages.
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