Connectify Dispatch: Combine multiple internet connections into one
Ever asked yourself “My internet connection’s speed is too slow, what if I could combine two or three of my internet connections and increase my bandwidth speed?” While in theory it sounds as simple as connecting a number of small pipes with little discharges to get a bigger pipe with large discharge, a quick rundown through any of the related tech blogs and forums would open your eyes to how complex and crucifying it is to do such a thing. And it gets even more complex when you’re trying to combine different types of connections such as those from wired connections, Wi-Fi networks and 3G/4G mobile broadband etc…
Soon, you’ll not have to worry about having to go through such a hassle anymore as there is a new kid in town and it promises to be as simple as you can get. The software is called Connectify Dispatch, developed by Connectify. It promises to speed up your network bandwidth depending on the number of simultaneous connections you have.
Connectify Dispatch lets you use any combination of Wi-Fi, 3G/4G mobile broadband, or wired connections, and Dispatch intelligently balances all of your traffic for faster streaming, browsing, and BitTorrent downloads. In fact, the more networks you have, the faster you’ll go. The thing is, it really works! – www.connectify.me
To demonstrate their software, the engineers at Connectify decided to go on top of their office building and link up every public Wi-Fi network they could find along with the devices of their own. The final speed which they achieved was 85Mbps! You heard it right, an impressive 85Mbps. All in all, they hooked up all of these networking cards: 7 USB Wi-Fi Cards, 1 USB 3G Modem, 1 4G Tethered Smartphone, 1 Ethernet connection. The results are impressive. Watch the video down below as the Connectify team joins 10 Wi-Fi, 3G/4G, and Ethernet connections simultaneously, for one super-fast connection.
It is amazing how simple it is to hook up all of your available connections into one giant super-fast connection. The project is currently supported by Kickstarter funding and has almost reached its goal of $50,000 USD with 13 more days to go.
To learn more, visit www.backdispatch.com
Salman Ravoof is a freelance writer, a mechanical engineer and an avid science and technology enthusiast. He likes creativity and is a great fan of fantasy and sci-fi genre. When not busy, he revels in experimenting and spends most of his time pondering about the existence of reality.
25 August, 2012