SPOTLIGHT: Sharedband begins U.S. onslaught


U.K. company Sharedband is launching its bonded broadband offering in Seattle via three local Internet service providers. But, that relatively soft launch is expected to be the first step in a national U.S. expansion for the company, which likely will be fueled by more partnerships with alternative broadband service providers competing against established telco and cable TV companies--though there's no reason the broadband incumbents couldn't partner with Sharedband, too. Sharedband's technology allows multiple broadband lines to be bonded together, and this includes combinations of lines from different networks, including DSL and cable modems.

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