We believe our product has features that are required for speed and resilience, but aren’t being delivered by the majority of vendors.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
Multapplied Networks Inc., today announced the launch of its white-label SD-WAN platform for Internet Service Providers and Managed Service Providers.
Building on its mature link aggregation technology, Multapplied’s platform satisfies key SD-WAN requirements including Zero-Touch Deployments/Provisioning, Seamless Failover between WAN connections, and Quality of Service for voice and video.
Multapplied believes its platform out-shines many SD-WAN competitors in its ability to provide:
(1) Bandwidth Aggregation – Multapplied provides industry-leading bonding efficiency, making 92% of the bandwidth in multiple WAN connections available to support end-user applications such as voice, video, Internet and data and providing real return on investment. “Many SD-WAN vendors are out talking about their products in very shady terms, taking advantage of the fact that SD-WAN is largely undefined,” says Cameron Couch, Vice President of Business Development. “We believe our product has features that are required for speed and resilience, but aren’t being delivered by the majority of vendors. At its core, SD-WAN is about replacing the legacy WAN with a platform that is as feature-rich and reliable as MPLS. Bandwidth Aggregation is just one area where we’re willing to go toe-to-toe with any vendor in the market.”
(2) Brownout Mitigation – Multapplied believes that few SD-WAN vendors are able to dynamically adjust WAN link treatments based on a link’s deteriorating conditions as seamlessly as its platform. “So many vendors we’ve looked at have black-out mitigation in the form of failover – some taking up to 3 minutes to detect an outage and move packets. Our system will not only fail over from one link to another in 30 milliseconds, but the system will make dynamic changes to link bitrates if jitter, latency, or packet loss hit user-defined thresholds. WAN links have much better uptime today than they did ten…