Customers often complain that their “Netflix is constantly buffering” or “running slow”. Most of the time, this is due to latency variability and packet losses associated with congested wireless networks in interference-heavy environments. Offering slow internet services as a Wireless Internet service provider (WISP) can be detrimental and negatively affect your business, ruining your reputation and customer loyalty.

With Bequant, TCP traffic is accelerated, resulting in faster download and upload speeds. TCP is the transport protocol most widely used by Internet services and applications. WISPs can now take charge of their networks, changing the narrative and improving customer satisfaction ratings. This will open up a whole new avenue of word of mouth referrals, simultaneously reducing technical support issues. Bequant was created with the WISP in mind to resolve TCP latency and offer WISPs the perfect tool to achieve high-quality and ultra-fast internet speeds.

Bequant achieves all this by installing its product as a transparent TCP proxy. Running parallel with the network, the Bequant makes data appear closer to the TCP client, which means faster delivery of TCP authentication. This kind of TCP proxy solution has been used for many years in satellite and large cellular networks. Now, this incredible software is available for WISPs. Unlike non-transparent HTTP proxies, the Bequant does not change IP addresses, TCP ports or TCP sequences. Meaning, TCP connections can continue to move through the network untouched if data traffic is suddenly routed through a direct path, bypassing the software. Bequant maintains this behaviour throughout challenging environments which include wireless links and large, congested fibre networks.

Sound too good to be true? Why not try it out. Bequant, in partnership with MiRO, is offering all WISPs a free 14-day trial to prove that the software can achieve the desired results. MiRO has, in stock, licensed Bequant and Splynx compatible servers at an excellent price point.

Click here for more information about MiRO