CAIP Members can Receive Enhanced Bandwidth and Voice over IP with
TELoIP's New Diverse Carrier Connection Aggregation Affinity Program
TELoIP announces the launch of its new diverse carrier connection aggregation affinity program
specifically designed for CAIP members. With this program, CAIP members will receive
bandwidth options, voice over IP and other Internet solutions greater than, and at a lesser cost,
than they receive from traditional Internet carriers.
(PRWEB) October 13, 2009 -- Enhanced bandwidth options, greater speed, higher quality, and zero dropped
voice over IP (VOIP) calls on failover are now available to CAIP members with CAIP's latest affinity program
from TELoIP. CAIP members will incur no upfront fees for POP equipment with TELoIP's unmatched
TELoIP's technology uses bi-directional IPQoS and Multi-Directional Pathway Selection techniques to mix and
match symmetrical and asymmetrical bandwidth products to empower Canadian ISPs to compete with the large
carriers – delivering voice, video, and data services over a single connection with quality assurance.
"The TELoIP solution enables us to provide a rock solid product to our customers, providing up to five nines
(99.999%) of reliability," says Bill Campbell, president of Skyway West and long time CAIP member.
TELoIP's connection aggregation, also known as line bonding, combines diverse carrier connectivity and
differing speed links without requiring the underlying carrier's participation or that they run any special protocols
– giving CAIP members complete autonomy across all supplier networks.
"Using this technology, our T1Xstream service combines multiple Internet connections using different IP
addresses into a single connection with a single IP address," remarks Campbell. "Inbound and outbound traffic
only slows down if an individual Internet service fails. VoIP and terminal services stay connected."
"We are excited to deliver our unique patent-pending technology to CAIP members so that they may recei