Multiplexes various mobile data connections into one unified bit pipe to improve mobile internet connection speed
Joikusoft has launched a new software called JoikuBoost, which enhances the mobile internet connection speed of JoikuBoost-enabled devices by wirelessly combining 3G data connections between multiple mobile phones in multiple operator 3G networks.
The company said that the actual internet speed multiplies as the data bits transported in a JoikuBoost WiFi network simultaneously flow through multiple operator 3G networks. JoikuBoost is based on a new communications protocol developed by Joikusoft.
According to Joikusoft, with user permission the new software aggregates the 3G data connections over WiFi and creates a larger, unified and shared bit pipe.
Multiple JoikuBoost-enabled phones are able to join and create WiFi Share Hubs, providing the ability to create personal 4G Wifi networks over 3G, meanwhile forming an internet connection which boost the mobile internet user experience, the company added.
Tom Ojala, chairman and a founder of JoikuSoft, said: The advanced 3G WiFi sharing capabilities of Nokia smartphones will particularily benefit from JoikuBoost due to new JoikuBoost 3G multiplexing protocol.
Lasse Maki, CEO and founder of Joikusoft, said: JoikuBoost solves the radio interface limitation impacting the speed of mobile data transmissions today. By multiplexing various mobile data connections into one larger and unified bit pipe, JoikuBoost multiplies the actual mobile internet speed in operator networks.