Blended internet uses a combination of multiple ‘upstream’ internet service providers (ISPs)to provide an internet service that is highly available, economical, and fast!

Blended Internet Solutions


Intelligent Routing

Blended internet offers intelligent routing across multiple Internet backbones. This feature provides highly reliable, stable, and consistent connectivity for your website, applications, and IT workloads.

Predictive Routing

With blended internet, I-Evolve can identify the most efficient path for your internet traffic in real-time. This feature greatly reduces the risks of network outages, bottlenecks, jitter, and latency-related issues.

Aggregated Carrier

Services I-Evolve offers you access to the bandwidth you need from multiple providers at a low cost and a single point of contact for support.

Isolated Connections

I-Evolve uses Layer 2 to isolate your core data from the public internet.


Streamlined Management

I-Evolve manages the connection and consolidates billing into a combined monthly invoice. I-Evolve also gives you a single point of contact for any support-related issues.

Increased Flexibility

I-Evolve offers different options and configurations for BIS. This includes intelligent and predictive routing options as well as static IPs, IPv4, IPv6, and BGP support.

Quick Provisioning

I-Evolve BIS can be quickly provisioned and turned up. This is for both physical and virtualized infrastructure such as colocation, dedicated hosting, and cloud servers. You can purchase blended internet when signing up for hosting or later down the road.

Superior Redundancy

I-Evolve’s BIS offers automatic failover and built-in redundancy for your internet connectivity. I-Evolves BIS uses at least two ISPs in all instances allowing for built-in redundancy without the extra costs.

Enhanced Performance

With BIS, you have access to better performance. Why? Blended internet uses multiple ISPs and telecom carriers to improve redundancy, bandwidth, and latency. You can achieve faster bandwidth in some cases – 10, 50, 100, 300, 500Mbps, 1Gpbs, and 10Gbps speeds.