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FatPipe Networks Revolutionizing Data Transfer
si Team
Monday, November 2, 2009
It merits admiration for being the very creator of router clustering technology. The Utah based FatPipe Networks provides router clustering devices for reliable, redundant, and fast Internet and WAN connections. A multiple patent holder (seven) in its innovative router clustering technology, it has over 6,000 units installed worldwide. In other words, the company has created its own market.

FatPipe’s line of products cover an array of features and benefits for companies that run mission critical applications over any type of WAN infrastructure. Its over 1,300 customers include the FBI and the U.S. Supreme Court. So, what attracted these biggies to use FatPipe products? Saving time and increasing productivity is the key, says Dr. Ragula Bhaskar, President and CEO of FatPipe Networks.

“The technology enables companies to achieve higher bandwidth and higher levels of redundancy, regardless of the type of router or modem technology in use,” says Bhaskar. As its products enable companies to obtain low cost, redundant, and fast Internet access, it allows them to implement Intranets, e-commerce strategies, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), while utilizing application specific servers over the Internet or WAN connections.

Although there are competitors, the company is confident that it will continue to remain at the top with its constant innovation by anticipating the need of its customers before it arises. The main technology features include aggregating two or more communication lines of any type, using the same or different ISPs, WAN redundancy and high availability; additional security and speed of data transmissions; and route control features for inbound and outbound IP traffic.

Today, expanding rapidly in Europe, and with a main facility in Chennai, India, this venture funded company has over 140 employees. Having been honored with awards by several industry leading organizations, FatPipe has carved out its own path of success.
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