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July 07, 2015 2:24 PM ET

Communications Equipment

Company Overview of Ragula Systems, Inc.

Company Overview

Ragula Systems, Inc., doing business as FatPipe Networks Inc., develops, manufactures, and markets router clustering products for wide area network (WAN) optimization, reliability, security, and bandwidth management in the United States and internationally. The company provides IPVPN, a device for WAN optimization in private and public lines; MPVPN that provides VPN security, fault tolerance, and speed for critical VPNs; WARP, a solution for WAN redundancy, reliability, and increased bandwidth of data traffic directed from the network to the Internet, as well as data traffic directed to servers hosted internally; and XTREME, a high-speed router clustering device for WAN redundancy, reliabili...

4455 South 700 East

Salt Lake City, UT 84107

United States

Founded in 1989

Phone:

801-281-3434

Fax:

801-281-0317

Key Executives for Ragula Systems, Inc.

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 56
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President
Age: 51
Director of Communications
Age: 45
Vice President of EMEA Sales
MIS Manager
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Ragula Systems, Inc. Key Developments

Ragula Systems, Inc. Launches its Next-Generation Multi-Line WAN Optimization and Link Redundancy Solutions

Ragula Systems, Inc. has launched its next-generation multi-line WAN optimization and link redundancy solutions for Inmarsat FleetBroadband users and partners. FleetBroadband users can now dramatically increase the efficiency of their satellite network and gain better control of how it is used whilst adding a high level of redundancy and availability for Fault Tolerant Networks. During Inmarsat tests, FatPipe Networks' WAN optimization resulted in an average bandwidth increase of 400% with peaks of over 1, 000%. Inmarsat partners will now be able to deploy FatPipe products to solve their customers' network and bandwidth congestion issues. FatPipe's solutions for WANs, provide redundancy, back up and high availability by allowing to utilize multiple satellite connections, and when available, landlines, 3G/4G and wireless. FatPipe's products work with multiple data and network connections, providing the bandwidth and redundancy needed for VOIP, video, VPN and other critical applications. All sessions are failed over from one line to another, when one of the lines goes down.

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