Bandwidth Bonding

Packet-Level WAN Bonding

Q-Balancer's patent-pending XBond Technology is a packet-level WAN bonding technology, which is able to combine multiple Internet connections into a virtual single connection and makes the bonded WAN links work like a leased line. The increased bandwidth theoretically equals to the sum of the separate connections. For example, 3*4Mbps WAN links would provide 12Mbps of bandwidth by using Q-Balancer to aggregate bandwidth.

The packet-level WAN bonding through XBond technology provides increased WAN capacity and failover between multiple broadband lines to increase productivity and improve WAN availability. Businesses enjoy leased line-like WAN capacity at a fraction of the cost of traditional business leased lines.


Cellular WAN Bonding

Q-Balancer enables remote and branch offices to enjoy more reliable and accelerated WAN connectivity everywhere as cellular connectivity technologies continue to progress faster and more reliable. Our Multi-Cell Branch Router can be incorporated with up to four 4G LTE modules. Each of 4G LTE modules onboard is connected with advanced antenna. This combination helps provide industrial-grade 4G LTE connectivity, extend the network coverage, and turn dead zone to live zone.

Q-Balancer offers undisturbed data transfer and facilitates remote maintenance with its ability to failover between multiple 4G LTE and broadband lines. This is helpful for the remote and branch offices where ADSL might not be available. Moreover, it is capable of achieving highest WAN performance with XBond bonding technology, which efficiently distributes traffic across multiple WAN links with its intelligent algorithms. This offers resilient and high quality video transmission anytime and anywhere.


  • Increasing Site-to-site WAN performance
  • Improving business agility for distributed networks
  • Simplifying deployments for branch networks
  • Enabling service provider independence
  • Maximizing WAN reliability
  • Fast and unbreakable branch connectivity everywhere through wireless broadband technologies
  • Reducing Internet cost by taking on low-cost WAN technologies