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Vaioni Group is making its bonded broadband or uber-DSL product available for resellers to sell onto customers.

The firm has been offering the service directly to customers for some time. In essence it sticks two, or more, DSL lines together - providing more bandwidth and better reliablility.

Ian Taylor, previously at Zen Internet, is Vaioni's channel manager. He said the service meets a lot of customer requirements because of the variety of speeds available. The technology can deal with VPN pass through and appears to the network as a single pipe. The company says its technology avoids the complexity and interoperability problems of load balancing.

Customers usually want eight to ten lines joined up but the two line product is also popular.

Vaioni claims 6,000 current customers.

More details on Vainoni's website ®

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