The Silicon Review
‘One of the leading vendors for WAN link load balancing and superior WAN path control capabilities.’
FatPipe Networks, the inventor and multiple patents holder of software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN), reliability, security, and WAN Optimization products, specializes in providing solutions that transcend Wide Area Network (WAN) failures to maintain business continuity for thousands of customers including numerous Fortune 1000 customers over the last 12 years, and has the largest installed base of customers in software-defined network WANs. Founded in 2002, the company is headquartered at Salt Lake city, Utah.
FatPipe is the world’s most innovative creator of WAN redundancy technology, router clustering, which affords companies automatic and dynamic failover of a downed data line connection due to a WAN component or service failure.
FatPipe’s line of products cover an array of features and benefits for companies that run mission critical applications over any type of WAN infrastructure. Customer benefits include up to seven-lines of WAN redundancy, reliability, and speed. Dynamic load balancing, Quality of Service (QoS), and additional security; as well as compression, and VPN encryption capability are also available.
Connectivity at its best
MPVPN: FatPipe MPVPN®, a patented router clustering device, is an essential part of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning for Virtual Private Network (VPN) connectivity. It makes any VPN up to 900% more secure and 300% times more reliable, redundant and faster. MPVPN can take WANs with an uptime of 99.5% or less and make them 99.999988% or higher, providing a virtually infallible WAN.
IPVPN: FatPipe IPVPN balances load and provides reliability among multiple managed and CPE based VPNs as well as dedicated private networks.
FatPipe IPVPN can also provide you an easy low-cost migration path from private line, Frame or Point-to-Point networks.
You can aggregate multiple private, MPLS and public networks without additional equipment at the provider’s site.
FatPipe IPVPN gives you the option of using a CPE based VPN or a managed VPN service as a backup to your frame relay or private line. IPVPN also works with multiple managed VPN service providers when you want to backup a managed service with another managed service as part of your Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery plan.
WARP: FatPipe Networks invented the concept of router-clustering, which provides the highest level of reliability, redundancy and speed of Internet traffic for Business Continuity and communications. FatPipe WARP achieves fault tolerance for companies by creating an easy method of combining two or more Internet connections of any kind over multiple ISPs. FatPipe utilizes all paths when the lines are up and running, dynamically balancing traffic over the multiple lines, and intelligently failing over inbound and outbound IP traffic when ISP services and/or components fail.
WARP features FatPipe’s patented and patent pending technology, SmartDNS, which efficiently balances inbound load over multiple lines and intelligently and automatically fails over Internet traffic when needed.
SYMPHONY: Symphony is one of the FatPipe’s products which are offering SD-WAN solution. This SD-WAN solution simplifies the deployment and management of connectivity at remote sites. More over enterprises deploying Symphony with Orchestrator are not only provided with the ability to centrally control their WANs but also to manage branch office configuration. The appliances can be deployed with zero-touch installation as well.
XTREME: FatPipe® XTREME is a high-speed router clustering device from FatPipe Networks. It is the ultimate solution for companies that want the highest levels of WAN redundancy, reliability, load balancing, and speed for data traffic directed from the network to the Internet.
XTREME balances the load over the multiple paths resulting in increased speed. XTREME also has an automatic line failover component that intelligently detects any line, router (including dual WANs), ISP or backbone failures. XTREME identifies the disruption, and automatically reroutes outbound traffic to available lines. XTREME ensures that WAN infrastructures remain intact and are up and running etc.
WAN OPTIMIZATION: FatPipe Networks’ WAN Optimization technology offers the highest performance level of WAN Optimization and optimization available using patented and patent pending technology. With FatPipe WAN Optimization, you can significantly boost your Wide Area Network performance. This is possible through acceleration of your applications, better utilization of your current WAN infrastructure that would ultimately result in saving you thousands of dollars a year on additional hardware, software and bandwidth costs. FatPipe WAN Optimization appreciably increases WAN utilization, providing effective use of WAN bandwidth by caching/compressing that sharply reduces redundant data on a WAN.
EnterpriseView® Technology has been designed with the idea of reducing the complexity of maintaining multiple FatPipe devices across a wide spread network. EnterpriseView® Technology can either be incorporated in Greenfield installations or be incorporated in existing installations. Many of FatPipe’s customers have hundreds of installations worldwide. Managing each device is a big challenge. EnterpriseView® Technology solves this problem with an easy to implement software module that can be retro-installed or incorporated in new installations.
CLOUD CONNECT: FatPipe Cloud Connect provides reliable access to Cloud Services and provides centralized control of branch offices’ web traffic. Cloud Connect allows companies with hub-and-spoke WAN infrastructures to free up private bandwidth usage while maintaining centralized control of web traffic by utilizing local lines at remote locations.
Meet the Master
Ragula Bhaskar, President and Chief Executive Officer: Bhaskar’s experience extends beyond entrepreneurship and includes a Ph.D. in Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. His academic career includes work as a research technologist in the engineering department at Pennsylvania State University, and later as a tenured associate professor of Mining Engineering at the University of Utah. He has served on several committees, including the Society of Mining Engineers (SME) and the Public Policy Committee of the Utah Information Tech Association. He has also served as the Chairman of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board for the State of Utah.