Leeds, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 16, 2008 -- "The ever increasing demand for bandwidth coupled with the lack of contemporary telecoms infrastructure within the UK has left many IT executives with few alternatives to costly leased lines. In addition the drive for greener solutions, diminished service provision in rural areas and the global economic slow-down is putting pressure on organisations to source new technologies in an effort to improve efficiency and quality of service whilst reducing overheads." said Danny Waite, CTO and head of Research and Development.
This leap in technology serves to contribute to power savings with integrated devices consuming less energy and reduce the amount of cabling and 3rd party devices required to traditionally perform link bonding and load balancing tasks. In addition with an integrated appliance, less administration is required and support overheads will be reduced as the need for 3rd party ADSL modems is negated.
Xrios ADSL Bonding and Load Balancing technologies are revolutionary in the market and will shape the way in which businesses deploy link aggregation devices in the future. New product range features integrated 2 and 4 port ADSL interfaces, reducing power, space and administration overheads for IT Managers.
"The UBMi range is an outstanding achievement by the Xrio team as we launch the worlds 1st multiport ADSL router and integrate it into our leading UBM range. This launch evidences Xrioâs commitment to continually provide customers with the market's most advanced integrated bonding and link balancing appliance with all the functionalities to provide organisations with the necessary tools to optimise their network. For such an advanced and feature rich appliance the new UBMi has proven to remove the general complexities of installation thus ensuring quick and simple deployment, whilst also maintaining a flexible, adaptable, highly cost-efficient overall solution," said Shelley Garbutt-Wilson, Director of Sales at Xrio.
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