Plover Bay's SpeedFusion SD-WAN technology enables connections of any type to combine their bandwidth into the same network. In this live demo, two car are outfitted with 2 cameras each: one streaming with SpeedFusion SD-WAN, and one streaming from a single LTE.
Routers are built to move data between computer networks. When businesses subscribe to any connection from a telecom service provider, they need a router to connect their Local Area Networks ("LAN", such as computers and IP Phones) to their Wide Area Network ("WAN", public Internet and private leased lines). To stay responsive, enterprises need fast and reliable WAN connections to support their day-to-day business activities such as email, enterprise resource planning, file sharing, and video-conferencing.
Because of the importance of each connection, businesses are willing to pay large amounts for single-connection reliability. However, with bandwidth needs outstripping IT budgets, there needs to be a more affordable way to achieve link reliability.
With SD-WAN routers, businesses can achieve reliability equivalent to private lines at 1/5th of the cost. While private lines become exponentially more expensive at higher bandwidths, SD-WAN routers can combine multiple affordable WAN links into a single high-throughput connection. These links can be of any type: DSL, fiber, 4G LTE, VSAT, and more.
Cost Reduction: On average, a SD-WAN router using multiple Internet links costs 10%-20% of traditional WAN.
High Bandwidth: Using bonding technology, SD-WAN routers can combine the bandwidth of multiple WAN connections.
Network Flexibility: Easily add or remove WAN connections as needed. Combine cellular and fixed line connections.
Central Management: Network administrators can monitor manage their entire network remotely.
Quocirca estimates the market size for SD-WAN routers will reach approximately US$1.5 billion by 2020.
The global market size of the SD-WAN router market will account for approximately 38% of the global enterprise router market in terms of revenue value by 2020.
Over the last several years, Plover Bay has developed patented SD-WAN technologies that push the envelope of what is possible with SD-WAN. SpeedFusion technology provides true packet-level bonding. This technology enables seamless failover from one WAN connection to another, as well as higher connection speeds than previously possible. For applications like videoconferencing where link consistency is more important than connection speeds, Plover Bay has developed SpeedFusion WAN Smoothing to combat the adverse effects of packet lossLearn More
Plover Bay's unique technologies address networking needs across multiple markets. SD-WAN routers can supplement or replace expensive leased lines with multiple affordable Internet links.
In remote locations, SD-WAN routers enable high-bandwidth applications to operate in places previously not possible. This makes our technology useful for streaming high-definition surveillance videos, connecting remotely located worksites, and cutting months of setup time.Additional value can be found by using cellular connections as a backup to fixed lines, ensuring that branch offices can keep running even if their fixed line loses connectivity. This is particularly useful for protecting Point of Sale and IP phone systems, as well as ensuring that unmanned deployments stay online. Learn More