Global CapacityHow would your network fare in the event of an unplanned disaster? If you don’t have a robust backup service plan in place, you’re taking a major risk.

Fortunately, Global Capacity, the leading connectivity as a service company, is now offering Wireless Backup and managed failover service over a nationwide 4G LTE wireless network.

Wireless Backup is available to customers that use Global Capacity’s One Marketplace™ platform for primary Internet access services. Wireless backup provides affordable, redundant backup service and managed failover, and can be used as backup for T1, Ethernet or DSL connections.

A fully automated solution, Wireless Backup provides asymmetric services with download speeds of up to 10 Mbps for real-time responsiveness, as well as video and large file transactions.

Leveraging managed Customer Premises Equipment (CPE), Global Capacity can actively monitor its customers’ primary data network connections and instantly detect the need for a backup service, initiating failover in the event of an unplanned outage. Once service is restored, connectivity transfers back to the primary service provider.

Why should your business consider Wireless Backup from Global Capacity? As Global Capacity Chief Revenue Officer Pat Hannon explained following the announcement, businesses simply cannot afford to halt operations in the event of a service outage. It’s vital to have a continuity plan in place to access data, serve customers and process transactions.

“With the Wireless Backup option, Global Capacity’s customers can rest assured that they have a cost-effective, resilient connectivity service with failover and the ability to have applications continue to perform in the event of an outage,” Hannon said. “It’s instant, secure and seamless.”

What’s more, Wireless Backup provides affordable, high-speed connectivity to businesses in locations that typically require T1 backup services, which can be prohibitively expensive.

To learn more information about Global Capacity’s Wireless Backup, click here.