Easynet Global Services has launched a new bonded broadband product capable of delivering download speeds of up to 320Mb.
The EtherStream V solution will use four fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) lines - each capable of transmitting data at up to 80Mb - to offer this theoretical maximum speed, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
For the first few months of the service, speeds are to be capped at 160Mb, achieved through the bonding of two 80Mb FTTC lines.
Justin Fielder, Easynet’s Chief Technology Officer, said EtherStream V has "a well-deserved place in the Easynet hall of fame for industry firsts".
He said the launch of the new solution reinforces his firm's reputation as an industry pioneer.
"It demonstrates the time we take to listen to our partners and customers, to understand their businesses challenges and to quickly deliver products which address these challenges head-on," Mr Fielder stated.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for partners to add to their portfolio a unique, exclusive product, and combine it with their own service wrap, consultancy services and in-depth knowledge of their customers."
Easynet said the service should be available to 70 per cent of UK businesses by March 2014.