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Business VoIP Provider FonAngle Unveils MeshLINQ Offering

May 02, 2012

By Rajani Baburajan, Business VoIP Contributor

Recently, FonAngle, a provider of business VoIP services, launched the MeshLINQ link-aggregation technology to support its hosted PBX and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking platforms.

The service eliminates the latency and jitter associated with a poor Internet connection, ensuring reliable and secure VoIP communications in businesses. It offers full bi-directional QoS, like those offered in MPLS connections.

MeshLINQ provides 10X the bandwidth and greatly enhances reliability. The service seamlessly integrates Internet connections from any provider to offer the richest bandwidth capabilities available today. The business VoIP solution can aggregate up to eight connections from any carrier.

Featuring a next generation QoS engine, the robust technology keeps network traffic in check and minimizes disturbances for applications like business VoIP and cloud apps, which depend on a well-tuned network.  MeshLINQ constantly monitors all connections and proactively avoids disturbances that damage application quality.

"More and more businesses are moving to cloud based applications that require lots of high quality and reliable bandwidth," said FonAngle CTO Chris Meyers, in a statement.  "The demand is there, but most companies have found it too expensive to have both reliability and high-volume bandwidth.  With MeshLINQ, any business can now have both and more."

With its “ultra-stable” redundancy, MeshLINQ ensures business continuity in on-demand scenarios. MeshLINQ incorporates Multi-Link-Connection-Routing (MLCR), an innovative new engine that constantly monitors connections and routes traffic down the path with the fewest interruptions.

Additionally, the solution also powers a high level of security in business VoIP networks.  A MeshLINQ solution that utilizes three network carriers, for example, requires three times the amount of work to breach.  MeshLINQ's proprietary marking engine uses multi-language networks, making it significantly more difficult to decrypt important data.

The company has already rolled out MeshLINQ to several customers, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, according to Meyers.  

"Customers and partners have thanked us for eliminating poor-quality VoIP calls, improving cloud application response times, and eradicating any downtime issues, and on top of that they've vastly improved their security," Meyers added.

Edited by Jamie Epstein

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