Redundant Internet Service Explained
Redundant Internet Service is defined as having two or more diversified paths connecting to the internet. A Redundant Internet Service may also be referred to as a Backup internet connection to your primary connection.
For Example: if your internet service uses a physical connection (Fiber Line, T1, etc) then Point to Multipoint Wireless broadband would be a good choice for redundancy by providing diversification through the use of two different internet mediums.
Point to Multipoint Wireless Internet is a low cost alternative to traditional fiber, TDM Networks, or DSL.
The primary service can automatically switch over to the redundant Wireless backup to keep you connected in the event of a service disruption.