Ecessa provides significant, measurable value for customers in a variety of industries who need to:
- Increase bandwidth to accommodate growing demand from users
- Improve reliability of service for business-critical applications
- Provide superior cloud performance for office and remote workers
- Ensure Never Down® performance of real-time services including voice calls (VoIP), virtual desktops (VDI) and video
- Achieve success while adhering to IT budget parameters
Browse the case studies below for insight on Ecessa’s customer-focused approach to SD-WAN delivery.
Woodstream deployed Ecessa’s SD-WAN solution throughout its global network to enable the use of multiple MPLS and broadband connections and ensure their network is never down.
St. Joseph’s Academy
Looking to provide high-availability and improve performance of their online applications, St. Joseph’s Academy added PowerLink WAN Link Controllers to their network.
Large Pepsi bottler Admiral Beverage overcomes rural Internet service issues with Ecessa’s SD-WAN solution.
Dunmore, an international design and manufacturing company specializing in coated, laminated and metallized films, triples their bandwidth, eliminates outages and cuts costs with Ecessa’s PowerLink solution.
EGAN Construction Company operates from multiple worksites using VDI. Before installing Ecessa, they struggled with reliable access to their cloud and various business applications for their remote employees.
The Second City
The Second City, the leading brand in improv-based sketch comedy, has multiple lines of business supported by business Internet connections that requires significant bandwidth, redundancy and uptime to keep business–and laughs–flowing.
PARDA Federal Credit Union
With ten locations across five states, PARDA Federal Credit Union was looking to Ecessa for a network upgrade from an expensive and lagging MPLS to SD-WAN.
Points West Community Bank
Points West, headquartered in Nebraska, has 17 locations in three states. Ecessa helped Points West migrate from an expensive MPLS solution, to SD-WAN, saving money and increasing network speed between branches.
Stearns Bank SD-WAN
Stearns Bank, based in the Midwest, specializes in small business lending and equipment financing, overcomes limited telco bandwidth options by creating a hybrid network with Ecessa’s SD-WAN technology.
Global growth equity investment firm Summit Partners uses Ecessa Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) technology to support network data resiliency, voice over IP (VoIP) and video conferencing. Read how they got 98% improvement in packet loss and 100% outage avoidance.
CORE Health Networks
CORE Health Networks implements medical data management systems over a nationwide network of over 1,200 clinics. Connectivity is vital to CORE Health Networks, and to ensure they have a reliable, Never Down® network, they trusted an Ecessa SD-WAN solution.
Manchester Community Health
When the Manchester Community Health Center was struggling with intermittent WAN connectivity issues, continuous outages and slow connectivity, they turned to an Ecessa SD-WAN solution.
Today, hotel guests rank WiFi access higher than every other amenity, including complimentary breakfast and free parking. Kimpton hotels puts a focus on WiFi, the highest ranked guest amenity.
Delaware Valley Floral Group
Delaware Valley Floral Group (DVFG) is one of the largest floral distribution and logistics companies in the United States. DVFG turned to WANworX, Ecessa’s Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) solution and realized an immediate, positive impact on the business.
Trans States Airlines
Trans States Airlines uses Ecessa’s SD-WAN solution to ensure automatic failover, network stability, pinpoint routing and additional software-defined features that helps the airline leverage its investment in multiple carriers and less expensive broadband architecture.
Sunstone Circuits, located in Mulino, Oregon, is a printed circuit board (PCB) provider that specializes in small production runs. Its customers use American made prototype PCBs to test early versions of new electronic products before entering full-scale production. Quick prototypes often
require completion in as little as 24 hours and can include change orders right up until manufacturing begins.