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While this may never see the light of day in the UK, the idea and concept are great.

Gigaom

Connectify made a big splash in 2009 when it began offering software that would turn a Windows(s msft) 7 PC into a Wi-Fi hotspot – long before such mobile hotspot features became common. Now the Philadelphia-based startup plans to pull the same trick in reverse.

Instead of distributing a single broadband connection to multiple devices via Wi-Fi, Connectify is aggregating multiple connections into a single, fat wireless pipe. The obvious use case is to combine Wi-Fi and 4G, but Connectify says it can stack any kind of data link ranging from an Ethernet connection to a dial-up modem. The new software is called Dispatch, but it’s still under development. Connectify is taking to Kickstarter to help fund the project and is offering early contributors access to its first beta release and free use of its app when it launches commercially.

Why would you want to combine multiple broadband connections? Well…

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This entry was posted on August 8, 2012 by in Uncategorized.
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