Boost your broadband access by combining xDSL/HFC & 4G/5G
Seamlessly transition between 4G, 5G and Wi-Fi for a better user experience
An open source and standardised TCP extension
Enhanced 5G & WiFi seamless mobile connectivity
Faster Internet in large, sparsely populated rural areas
Fast internet delivered in rural areas
Integrating the best features of copper broadband and mobile into a single service
Competing with cable by combining GO’s excellent LTE and xDSL
Faster, more reliable internet and wider access to live sports
Enabling 30 Mbps speed to more customers in rural and less populated areas
We have developed an Aggregated Bandwidth Limit (ABL) feature, enabling operator to deliver hybrid-based high-speed Internet services while avoiding mobile network over use. This mechanism resides on the Hybrid Access Gateway (HAG) and gives the flexibility to set a speed cap for the aggregated bandwidth from the two networks.
Therefore, as illustrated in the above graphic, the same broadband speed is delivered to subscribers regardless of their xDSL speed, with ABL ensuring that only the necessary mobile resources are used to complete the published speed gap.