CenturyLink’s 2018 two-day service outage cut internet, television and 911 services across the U.S. for organizations that weren’t prepared. Ecessa provides analysis and recommendations for protecting your network against outages.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how we use our own products and test our customers’ network setups – whether it’s a PowerLink load balancer or a WANworX SD-WAN solution – before deploying products on-site.
On August 4, widespread outage in the Tennessee Valley and other part of the U.S. caused businesses to love revenue. Many retail stores could only accept cash and some couldn’t do transactions of any kind.
Coordinated attacks on fiber optic Internet cables in California are labeled acts of vandalism, and they cost businesses dearly in loss of connectivity, revenue and productivity. Diversify your service!
System Architect Rick Berens presents a demonstration of WANworX WAN Virtualiztion recorded live in the Ecessa test lab. Voice (VoIP), video conference and file transfer data being routed to remote wide area network locations over three different communication links (MPLS, cable and DSL) continue uninterrupted even when 2 of the links are dramatically cut.
Free coffee cost some Starbucks stores their business. This is why it’s vital to keep systems that rely on an Internet connection–like POS systems– up and running.
When the Coast Guard Sector Humboldt Bay experienced an outage of its communication system, their contingency plan included flying a C-130 aircraft over the area to provide long-range radio relay capabilities.
Today’s customers expect more from their financial service providers, including constant, round-the-clock access to online resources. Provide for these demands with the help of Ecessa technology and ensure that no matter what, the network is never down.
On September 15, a contractor in the heart of Missouri damaged a fiber optic cable that left 100,000 residents and businesses without phone or data services. Companies depend on the Internet for daily operations. When the Internet isn’t accessible, neither are cloud-based, mission critical business applications. See how to prepare for inevitable communication outages.
The main aspect to consider with nearly every continuity plan – no matter the size or industry of the business – is the company’s bandwidth resources.