SD-WAN and Hybrid WANs Inventor FatPipe Networks Wins Key Award
March 14, 2018
SD-WAN and hybrid WANs inventor FatPipe Networks has won a key award. FatPipe Networks, which has headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, was established in 1989. The company holds numerous patents and offers technology that “provides the highest levels of WAN optimization, reliability, security, and bandwidth management”. Its products allow companies to “run mission critical WAN applications over any type of infrastructure”. It recently received the 2018 SD-WAN Leadership Award.
The 2018 SD-WAN Leadership Award is managed by integrated media company TMC and presented by the company’s ‘INTERNET TELEPHONY’ magazine. The award recognizes leaders in the software-defined networking sector. FatPipe Networks was recognized as a leading WAN link load balancing and WAN path control vendor with “thousands of customers across six continents” and substantial SD-WAN and hybrid WAN-based Intellectual Property (IP).
“We’re pleased TMC has recognized our family of patented SD-WAN solutions as an innovative approach to networking that not only provides unprecedented network reliability and flexibility, but it successfully enables the rapid deployment of digital transformation, such as cloud, artificial intelligent, big data, IoT, IIoT [Industrial Internet of Things], cybersecurity and future disruptive technologies,” explained FatPipe Networks’ CTO, Sanch Datta.
“FatPipe Networks is a pioneer in delivering advanced SD-WAN technologies and TMC is proud to honor FatPipe’s successful longevity and innovation in this space with the 2018 SD-WAN Leadership Award," added TMC’s CEO, Rich Tehrani. “FatPipe’s family of SD-WAN solutions have demonstrated innovation across the software-defined ecosystem and will help shape the future of this rapidly evolving industry.”
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