HyperIP enables Telecommunications Service Providers to deploy cost effective bandwidth connectivity to its customers. Private line costs have eased, but procurement of these private lines for most companies is still out of budget. Customers have leveraged HyperIP to improve the performance of MPLS, Public Internet broadband, DSL, and satellite leased lines. HyperIP’s virtual appliance deployment model allows these end users to install a software solution in a remote data center where shipping physical hardware or appliances is not advantageous or affordable.
In quite a few remote locations worldwide, the ability to afford fiber optic connectivity to an office or data center is not available. Telco Service Providers or bandwidth provisioners have been able to source lower cost circuits for these requirements. These low cost circuits offer some challenges for the movement of mission critical data across these links. They are usually more unreliable due to latency problems between customer premises, as well as higher congestion and packet loss. HyperIP allows for the improvement of these links to near private line speeds by mitigating the effects of latency and removing packet loss in a congested network. This means 90% effective utilization of the link and HyperIP’s Block Level Compression to move more data in a shorter time over these networks no matter what the distance is between facilities.
International Service Providers have leveraged HyperIP’s software to bring great value to customer’s global WANs. Global WAN virtualization for file sharing, long distance replication, worldwide Disaster Recovery, and Global Server Clustering are now feasible and can be offered as a service by Global Telecommunication Providers.