Make your wan 300% more redundant, reliable and fast for bidirectional IP traffic for business continuity
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.
Companies can host mission critical servers - such as web, database and email servers - with confidence that access to them will not be interrupted due to failed ISP services, components or congestion at peak hours.
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.
WARP also provides powerful features, such as multiple options for load balancing, and policy routing tools that control how data flows on networks. FatPipe WARP also has various add-on tools including Quality of Service (QoS) and VPN, which gives you enhanced control capabilities.
FatPipe WARP is an ideal solution for companies that require high levels of redundancy and availability for their WAN networks as well as maximum bandwidth utilization. Companies that host internal servers that are accessed from outside their LANs, such as web, Citrix, email and database servers, require robust and redundant WANs to keep their businesses running. This reduces revenue and productivity losses due to Internet downtime.
WARP provides the highest level of fault tolerance for WAN infrastructures, ensuring that inbound and outbound traffic reach their destination even when one ISP or WAN component fails.
Network outages and degradation cause significant losses in productivity and revenue.
A study of downtime at 85 large organizations (over 1,000 employees), found an average of over $32 million in revenue and productivity losses Source - Infonetics Research, The Cost of Downtime
One third of U.S. businesses face the loss of critical data or operational capability in the wake of a disaster, unless investments toward disaster preparedness planning are made Source - Gartner Group; U.S. Firms Unprepared for Disasters
The growth of network complexity has produced many more potential points of degradation and failure Source - Infonetics Research, The Cost of Downtime