The efficient combining of available Access Networks – via any combination of xDSL, LTE, cable and WiFi – to improve the Internet experience, delivering more speed, more reach, more reliably. Tessares solution builds upon a new Internet protocol standardized by the IETF: Multipath TCP (MPTCP).
The bandwidth available for the consumer is roughly the sum of the bandwidth of the bonded access networks.
Switching (hopping) from one access network to another becomes extremely fluid as access networks are used simultaneously.
Internet access no longer relies on the availability of one access network and can continue even in the case of outages on a network.
As data can be distributed over independent access networks, it will be more complex for a malicious entity to capture the entire content.