Category: WAN Virtualization & Optimization

Elegant Failover and Increased Bandwidth – Priced to Scale

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In today’s marketplace, literally every business requires Internet service that never goes down. We’ve heard from businesses of all sizes –  they struggle with a barrage of IT-related challenges spanning from application and network performance to department turnover. Specifically, they crave never-fail Internet. But how can a small business justify the investment of protecting their… Read more »

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Get in the know – compare and contrast SD-WAN solutions

You’ve heard all about SD-WAN’s bright future for delivering reliable networks. It’s a red-hot technology and one that you need to stay on top of. SD-WAN improves connectivity for vital communications and data—ending dropped connections and eliminating costly downtime. In the next five years, SD-WAN is expected to become the standard for network solutions. In… Read more »

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Reliable, responsive WAN starts with Ecessa

Summit Partners Chooses Ecessa SD-WAN Technology

More and more businesses are depending on voice, video and remotely hosted applications delivered over the internet to run their businesses. That means a reliable and responsive, never down, communications network isn’t only nice to have, it’s necessary. Ecessa has the tools to keep your network running, so you don’t have to think about it.… Read more »

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WAN Virtualization Demonstration – What We Mean by “Never Down”

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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.

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Busted WAN Optimization Myths & The Truth About Optimizing Your Network

Network performance can be a troubling and mysterious burden placed on the shoulders of IT administrators. When seeking information, there are conflicting reports about what is and isn’t necessary for optimal performance.

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