BullEye Rolls Out Broadband Aggregation

Telecom reseller BullsEye has unveiled a broadband aggregation solution dubbed BullsEye Synergy. Launched as an add-on to the company’s broadband portfolio, this solution is designed to help BullsEye customers improve speeds and redundancy.

The offering combines any provider’s broadband connection, no matter the type or speed, and delivers it through a single virtual high speed connection. Unlike bonding, which can only combine the same circuits types such as DSL to DSL or T1 to T1, BullsEye Synergy is circuit-agnostic and can combine up to eight different circuit types.

“You can purchase two separate broadband lines and they would certainly increase your available bandwidth,” said Charlie Aldis, BullsEye’s director of product management and strategy. “The problem is, you never get the full potential with them coming in through separate pipes. When you plug these circuits into the Synergy box, they are aggregated as a single pipe and the bandwidth is optimized. You always get the fastest upload and download speeds and the best call quality.”

Businesses have typically fallen victim to at least one of the big four broadband complaints: the significant cost of broadband, circuit failures, slow speeds and compromised quality of service (QoS). BullsEye said that Synergy effectively eliminates these complaints in addition to providing redundancy during network outages.

“Many companies have a secondary broadband circuit they are paying for that has the sole purpose of handling an outage,” Aldis said. “The great thing about Synergy is that you can plug that unused bandwidth you are paying for into the Synergy box and access that bandwidth immediately and increase your speeds and voice quality.”

According to Tim Basa, BullsEye’s vice president of sales, the offering is a perfect adjunct for a saels partner to offer broadband customers. “Every company we talk to is increasing or plans to increase bandwidth speeds,” he said. “BullsEye Synergy provides speed, flexibility, redundancy, a quick return on investment (ROI) and significantly lowers operating expenses.”

He added, “Instead of bearing the cost to increase the number of lines at one location that may have high usage demands, we can now combine the bandwidth from other circuits to support these increased demands.”