Company Overview of FatPipe Networks, Inc.
FatPipe Networks, Inc. develops, manufactures, and markets router clustering products for wide area network (WAN) optimization, reliability, security, and bandwidth management. 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, reliability, load balancing, and speed for data traffic directed from the network to the I...
4455 South 700 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for FatPipe Networks, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President
Director of Communications
Vice President of EMEA Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
FatPipe Networks, Inc. Key Developments
FatPipe Networks, Inc. Enters into the Master Agreement with Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace
Jul 11 17
FatPipe Networks, Inc. announced that it has entered into a master agreement with Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace (OECM), a not-for-profit Group Procurement Organization (GPO) sourcing partner for Ontario's education sector, broader public sector and other not-for-profit organizations. Under terms of the agreement, FatPipe Symphony™ family of SD-WAN products will be available to Ontario's education sector, representing 118 education institutions, along with the broader public sector across the province of Ontario, Canada. The Ontario Ministry of Education has a mandate to provide 1Mbps per student at each school, and in order to provide that in a cost-effective way, the school boards in Ontario can choose FatPipe's SD-WAN technology to manage the augmentation and/or replace expensive MPLS/private WAN connections over time. This is all based on research about using technology to better educate and prepare students for future higher education and careers. Prior to choosing FatPipe, the school boards were using MPLS/WAN connections, which were Internet backhauled to the Board Office/Data Center. The suggested architecture for the mandate is to gain additional connections/bandwidth for Internet-bound traffic at the schools rather than relying on backhauling over expensive MPLS.
Fatpipe Networks Announces Next Gen Highly Scalable SD-WAN Platform
Mar 20 17
FatPipe® Networks announced its Next Gen SD-WAN platform, version 9, which is designed to further simplify the management of a wide area network in an SD-WAN world and provide load balancing for Layer 2 and Layer 3 networks, eliminating the need for complex routers. FatPipe's Next Gen Version 9 SD-WAN platform enables a company to fully integrate its SDN at the data center with the SD-WAN at the branch level, providing the first seamless, scalable SDN + SD-WAN product in the market, with vastly superior capabilities than the current SD-WAN products. Virtual versions are available for Amazon and Azure platforms, along with VMWare and other common platforms. The advantages of FatPipe's Next Gen SD-WAN platform are: Layer 2 and Layer 3 support enables routed and switched topologies for true global SDN deployment, bridging the LAN and WAN chasm. It enables low-latency, low-complexity and low-cost deployments. A completely new configuration design supports a web-based interface that automatically scales for all screens: desktop, mobile and tablets. It includes a universal, "single pane glass" visibility across the entire network and a simplified configuration view to easily bring appliances online. New auto-configuration functionality dramatically reduces the complexity of configuring multiple appliances; MPSec, VPN and policy routing rules are propagated to remote/branch devices automatically from a central location, in addition to improved support for legacy routing protocols by adding BGP & OSPF support into the platform. Application visibility and performance provide the ability to manage application flows across the WAN, including increased flexibility in application identification and control over flow direction. A holistic view across the entire network allows for unprecedented and granular application visibility.
FatPipe Networks and Avaya Integrate SDN Products and SD-WAN for Unified Communications
Jul 20 16
FatPipe Networks and Avaya have announced a strategic integration that combines data center Software Defined Networking, or SDN, and Software Defined WAN, or SD-WAN, into a single integrated solution to support data center and branch office networking and unified communications. As Avaya's only SD-WAN partner, FatPipe has integrated its SD-WAN hybrid networking products with the fabric-based Avaya SDN Fx architecture featuring Avaya Fabric Connect, which already supports data centers and branch offices worldwide. Together, FatPipe's SD-WAN technology and Avaya SDN Fx help drive simplicity and agility across the entire network to ensure high-quality, real-time unified communications, providing a single source for a converged solution. Avaya's SDN Fx enables geo-dispersed sites to inter-connect, but it needs to inter-operate with SD-WAN solutions to realize maximum efficiencies.
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