NewConnect will deliver its Wireless Fiber for primary Internet supplier. NewConnect will then work with or source a third party wireline connection comparable in performance in order to support load balancing across two diverse links for path, medium, and network diversity.
Use Case: An enterprise organization that has reached maximum utilization of its 100 MB Internet line and is looking to upgrade to 200 MB. The IT group has the option to turn to its current provider to scale or upgrade the capacity or look at another provider for the additional bandwidth. When additional capacity is needed, is the best time to think of bringing in a second Internet feed to meet the requirement.
Standard Scenario: Company procures 200 MB with a single provider with no backup.
Best Practice: Company maintains 100 MB with ISP 1 and procures 100 MB with ISP 2 for a total aggregate of 200 MB, plus redundancy.
The company can use its existing fiber ISP, procure a new fiber ISP, or let NewConnect source the right ISP partner for a total win/win solution. In the unlikely event that your NewConnect link becomes unavailable, your service will automatically and instantaneously fail over to a wireline connection capable of supporting normal business operations and functionality until the fully aggregated solution is restored.