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Mushroom Networks Unveils Streamer 3g/4g Bonding Device

The service allows users to seamlessly stream live, high-quality video to the Web from practically anywhere. Webcasters get the option to mix and match wireless service from any provider creating built-in redundancy that delivers 100 percent reliability, even if some of the broadband links fail during the live stream. When not in use for streaming live content, Streamer serves as a traditional Broadband Bonding device, which can deliver fast broadband service to access Internet from the office, home or while traveling. Weighing only 1.3 pounds, the 3G/4G bonding device is highly portable and can be used in all challenging scenarios that require creating and distributing live content while on the road, such as broadcasters and bloggers covering special events, non-profit organizations reaching across the globe, or even media firms covering tradeshows from the floor. Streamer comes standard with up to eight USB ports, one RJ-45 Ethernet connector, a built-in WiFi( News - Alert ), built-in rechargeable battery option, support for most common video streaming protocols and video servers. Webcasters can simply plug in the encoded video and audio feed from their encoder or video switcher such as Flash Media Live Encoder on a laptop, Wirecast, Tricaster and TouchStream and then add the USB modem cellular air cards to the Streamer and start streaming video to Web. The wireless data cards support higher quality video settings such as higher resolution and higher frame rate, as well as unmatched, professional grade reliability.
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Hands on ... Prodec Bonded 3G

By bonding up to six mobile channels, the system promises maximum speeds of 42Mbps that's five times faster than most home broadband connections. I tested their smaller, three-network system which has a top speed of 21Mbps. Set-up of the unit is straightforward. There are just two connections: power, which can come from a mains outlet or 12V battery, and LAN, which can plug into an office network or directly into a single computer. I tested the system in a few locations, both urban and in the countryside, and was impressed with the reliability of the connection.
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bonded 3G mobile broadband

Dual WAN routers are very common, and can be purchased. So for VOIP load-balancing multiple 3G connections, yes it is possible. For true bonding, it is not possible, at least not in RSA. I've never heard of it being done anywhere else in the world either. But Google is your friend if you'd like to check to be sure.
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