FatPipe-as-a-Service (FPaaS)

FatPipe-as-a-Service allows IT managers maximum flexibility in delivering the network into locations. Unlike a traditional ISP managed wide area network, FPaaS will ride over the top of any access arrangement for any carrier. This dramatically reduces the cost and time required to bring up new locations. As bandwidth needs change at a location, you can simply add or remove Internet connections. FPaaS automatically routes traffic across the optimal paths according to your business priorities. FPaaS ensures maximum uptime, security, and performance in your wide area network.

FatPipe-as-a-Service for MSPs

FatPipe enables Managed Service Providers to offer managed, hybrid WANs and intelligent multi-path control for WAN-as-a-Service. FatPipe offers a physical or virtual appliance form factor. The service supports a single multi-tenant deployment, multiple single tenant virtual deployments, or a hybrid of the two.

Benefits to a Managed Service Provider

Financial

  • Boost monthly recurring income
  • Amplify income due to deployment of multiple data lines
  • Augment income for additional services
  • Increase long term customer retention
  • Lowered risk and upfront costs with scalable, on-demand system
    • Custom scaled to fit cost of service to income stream

Operational

  • Expand network flexibility
  • Raise network visibility
  • Improve network reliability
  • Reduce time to deploy new network connectivity or services
  • Centralized policy management

Competitive

  • Leverage multiple ISP access arrangements
  • "Over the Top" service simplifies contract management
  • Partner with the creator and patent holder of SDWAN technology

Benefits to a Customer

  • Increase network performance, reliability, visibility and security
  • Decreased overall cost of network
  • Significant reduction in time to deploy new sites, services, or bandwidth
  • "Over the Top" service to enhance existing network
  • Bring your own bandwidth (BYOB) increases flexibility of access
  • Any access type (Fiber, Copper, Wireless)
  • Leverage multiple ISPs
  • Central policy management
  • Elastic bandwidth for seasonal sites
  • Scalable monthly bill
  • Low monthly maintenance