Ecessa's Advanced Networking Technology Delivers Superior WAN Performance.
Use ALL Your Bandwidth
Get the biggest bang for your bandwidth buck by using
all your available bandwidth, including standby failover lines.
Ecessa makes it easy to design and manage networks using multiple WANs.
Superior Application Performance
Improves application performance predictability even when dealing with unpredictable networks (solving latency, jitter, packet loss). No dropped calls, no sketchy VDI sessions.
Eliminates vulnerability to single carrier link failures and last mile MPLS disruptions by leveraging multiple carrier links. Get 100% uptime and 100% Never Down™ peace of mind.
Save on carrier links, personnel, overtime, equipment, installation, downtime. Implement VDI, VoIP and cloud-based applications with complete confidence.
Reliable Cloud Access
Create WAN redundancy to the cloud for reliable performance of cloud dependent, critical applications.
Which Ecessa Solution is Right for You?
For organizations with
3 or more locations: WAN Virtualization, load balancing, seamless uptime, intelligent managment, flexible architecture and fast ROI. Read more > PowerLink™
For companies with
1-3 locations: Inbound and Outbound Load Balance, Multi-WAN Automatic Failover and QoS (Quality of Service). Read more > ShieldLink™
For companies with
1-3 locations, all the features of PowerLink plus Built-in Firewall and Virtual Private Network (VPN) Support. Read more > ClariLink™
For companies with
1-3 locations: all the features of ShieldLink plus SIP Call Load Balance and SIP Call Failover. Read more >
Common Core impacting network bandwidth needs in schools
As Common Core adoption continues to increase, schools are noticing rising demands for network bandwidth in connection with the standards.
More mobile devices in the classroom means a need for more network bandwidth
Currently, a considerable number of schools have technology initiatives, and are working to leverage mobile devices in a way that improves the education students receive.
Tips to ensure BYOD success in a government setting
When it comes to local, state and federal agencies, there are a few extra precautions that need to be taken to ensure BYOD success.
Bandwidth use in healthcare: Rising data, mobile device needs
Within the healthcare industry, doctors, nurses and other practitioners are increasingly turning to mobile devices and big data to improve patient care. These processes have had impacts on institutions’ network bandwidth.
Egan Company saves money with virtualization
“With Ecessa’s help our Virtual PC’s and VoIP systems at our remote sites have far greater usability and far greater reliability.” Jim Nonn. CIO, Egan Company. Egan Company is a $215 million dollar commercial construction company located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Egan specializes in mechanical, electrical, and systems construction and service. In 2012, Egan […]
The hybrid cloud: Making waves in the business industry
From a corporate perspective, the reliability and usability of the company’s cloud solution hinges upon the network bandwidth available.
The Internet of Things: Added stress on enterprise networks
In order for companies to make good on these exciting possibilities and leverage the IoT trend to their benefit, they need adequate network bandwidth for support.
Why you need two (or more) Internet links
It’s no longer good enough for businesses to have a single connection to the Internet. With the Internet now an essential part of most organizations’ technological infrastructure, risking a single point of failure is simply not an option.
What’s standing in the way of BYOD?
Instead of putting constraints on BYOD, or eliminating it altogether, increase network bandwidth and make sure the organization is positioned for success.
Wearable devices take the office by storm: The effects on network bandwidth and cloud performance
A new mobile trend is emerging: WYOD, wear your own device.
About Ecessa: a video introduction
What is Ecessa? Watch this video to find out
Egan Company: a video case study
An interview with Egan Company
3 types of bandwidth users: Why they need the cloud
Some decision-makers don’t realize what a critical asset their network bandwidth is. To help them see just how important it is to ensure broadband support and cloud performance, here are the different types of bandwidth users seen in nearly every company in the nation.
A picture of cloud computing: How the cloud is improving users’ lives
A recent cloud computing survey conducted by Harris Poll found that two in five Americans have been impacted by cloud technologies.
Common situations that call for increased network bandwidth
In the business world, there are a number of commonly-occurring situations that can signal to decision-makers that it’s time to increase bandwidth.
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