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AeroNet launches new business-continuity products

By on September 5, 2018

SAN JUAN – Puerto Rico-based telecom service provider AeroNet has launched Dual Network Access (DNA) and Net Insurance, two new products that provide greater redundancy and minimize internet service interruptions by using hybrid technology and providing internet services through microwave antennae and optical fiber.

Besides the company’s range of internet services, it also focuses on data, virtual private networks, managed services and delivering customized solutions.

Hurricane Maria could not have made more evident that businesses could use as many backup solutions as possible to continue running as much throughout the year as in the aftermath of a disaster. In its ongoing effort to innovate and customize solutions that address any connectivity challenge, AeroNet designed flexible products that can be offered not only to all types of businesses locally but also in the U.S. Virgin Islands and South Florida.

“AeroNet is focused on helping companies solidify their telecommunications infrastructure with solutions that improve efficiency and productivity, and that ensure the continuity and reliability of business activities by maximizing the latest available technology,” Gino Villarini, president and CEO of AeroNet, said when announcing the new tools. “With these products, businesses can significantly reduce their risks of being disconnected during an unexpected event.”

Dual Network Access is a service package that includes two dedicated and independent internet connections, Aeronet explained. “Each connection is based on a different operational technology: One of the connections is via fiber optic and the second is microwave technology based. This innovative combination maximizes the availability of the internet service taking advantage of the strengths of both technologies during any event,” the company assured.

Meanwhile, Net Insurance is designed for companies that need a high-speed-internet backup alternative. “It’s practically an insurance, in case your primary connection fails,” Villarini said.

The common-sense strategy nearly rules out the possibility of downtime, becoming not only a fail-safe system for worst-case scenarios, but also a daily measure to address and properly handle periods of high internet usage, such as when a business’ “main connection is saturated,” as it was put by AeroNet, which hears all kinds of reasons customers give for needing a backup connection.

AeroNet services’ effectiveness was recently highlighted as one of only three Puerto Rico-based companies to make the Inc. 5000.

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