Company DescriptionTalari SD-WAN takes advantage of existing private network bandwidth (e.g., MPLS), while combining low-cost Internet broadband bandwidth (e.g. cable, DSL, LTE), to enable a more open, reliable, resilient, agile and cost-efficient enterprise WAN. Talari SD-WAN components include: Talari Controller, Talari Appliances, Talari Overlay Network, Talari Reporting and Talari Cloud Connect.
The solution is built on a comprehensive physical and virtual appliances portfolio, and engineers the internet and branch for application reliability and unparalleled resiliency. Flexible deployment is offered at the physical edge, the virtual edge or in the cloud through the use of Talari’s Controller, a full suite of appliances and centralized orchestration and analytics platform. A few of the capabilities and benefits of this solution include: secure cloud access with visibility, increased application quality of experience and change WAN economics with a hybrid WAN.
Talari SD-WAN enables an open and extensible wide-area network that supports enterprise data centers, remote offices, and cloud services with a new paradigm in which packets are routed deterministically, based on bandwidth suitability for the packet’s protocol. Talari embeds this capability in the packet header to allow low latency applications that are less business-critical to be subordinated in favor of business-critical applications.
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