VPN

VPN for Smart TV Launches Groundbreaking New Smart DNS Feature and Upcoming Massive Holiday Sale

VPN Proxy Master | November 29, 2021

Smart DNS
VPN Proxy Master, a VPN designed to protect Smart TVs and other devices, has launched a groundbreaking Smart DNS feature. The company is very proud to share this exciting new feature with users and subscribers. With the new Smart DNS feature, users can stream their favorite content on their Smart TV without any restriction and in complete privacy. This feature is compatible with Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV, LG Smart TV, and other Smart TV devices. When the Smart DNS feature is activated, it allows other smart devices on the LAN to set up access to geographically-restricted streaming content anywhere, and avoid lags while browsing the internet.

With one monthly subscription, users can protect up to six devices at the same time, including devices that are not Smart TVs, such as macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android. Users can try the subscription risk-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee. The VPN subscription is 100% refundable if users are not satisfied with the services. This new Smart DNS feature for Smart TVs was designed to be user-friendly and straightforward to set up. Setting up the VPN Proxy Master on a Smart TV device is simple and can be completed in three easy steps listed on the company website. Additionally, VPN Proxy Master offers 24/7 live chat customer support from VPN experts in all languages.

The Smart DNS feature provides VPN users with a whole new world of streaming opportunities. Now people can stream on their Smart TVs in total privacy and without restrictions. VPN Proxy Master works hard to provide the ultimate and utmost security to our customers when they are streaming from their devices. The company is excited about this recent release, and we plan to celebrate by offering a massive sale to our customers this holiday season. The prices we will be offering are unbelievable, and we expect that many VPN users will want to take advantage of these sale prices."

Ching, Spokesperson of VPN Proxy Master

With the upcoming year-end sales, such as Christmas, New Year's, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, users can get the best VPN deals from the VPN Proxy Master website. When purchasing during the VPN sales, users have a chance to receive up to 62% off their purchase and an additional three months of subscription for free.

About VPN Proxy Master
VPN Proxy Master has over 6,000 secure servers located in 50 different countries. The subscription to VPN Proxy Master allows users to keep their devices safe and secure at all times. Users can stream without restrictions from around the world with ultra-fast connection speed, no buffering, and no network limitations. With the VPN Proxy Master, users can have unblocked access to their favorite streaming sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, BBC iPlayer, HBO, and more.

Spotlight

Introducing the Dell EMC VxRailTM Appliance powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) and Dell PowerEdge—a new hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) appliance designed to modernize your data center. Kernel layer integration between VSAN and VMware vSphere enables the Intel® powered VxRail to deliver unique, unmatched performance and efficiency.

Spotlight

Introducing the Dell EMC VxRailTM Appliance powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, VMware Virtual SAN (VSAN) and Dell PowerEdge—a new hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) appliance designed to modernize your data center. Kernel layer integration between VSAN and VMware vSphere enables the Intel® powered VxRail to deliver unique, unmatched performance and efficiency.

Related News

VMWARE

VMware and Mitacs Set Sights on Discovering a Sustainable Path for 6G

VMware | November 25, 2021

VMware announced a partnership with Mitacs, a non-profit organization that connects industry with Canadian academic institutions, and launched its Digital Equity Grid Innovation initiative, also known as TETRA. The initiative, aligned with VMware’s Automated Life vision, aims to advance applied research that will play a critical role in paving a sustainable path for 6G. In addition, the organizations plan to establish a TETRA research & innovation (R&I) center in Montreal, in partnership with the IEEE Future Networks Initiative (FNI), a technical community of IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. TETRA and FNI will collaborate on solutions to bridge the digital divide. The path to 6G requires a fundamental rearchitecting of the Internet to an Open Grid – one that can be accessed from everywhere and brings immersive apps to everyone. This calls for significant advancement of physical and digital systems through broad partnerships and true cross-sector collaboration. Our partnership with Mitacs aims to drive this advancement forward, keeping sustainability and digital equity at the heart of our work.” Kit Colbert, CTO, VMware Initial applied research projects will focus in the areas of: Sustainable Grid: Create a sustainable Open Grid with an international research team to enable access to a global pool of physical, digital, and biological resources to solve the unsolved. Digital Equity: Address the digital divide with practical and novel solutions, in partnership with IEEE, to connect the unconnected and ensure everyone can reap benefits of the digital society. Clean Tech: Contribute to a better environment for the planet in accordance with Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals included in the VMware 2030 Agenda. John Hepburn, CEO of Mitacs, said, “Connecting rural, remote, and Indigenous communities is critical to driving innovation in every part of Canada. Mitacs is thrilled to be collaborating with VMware as part of the Digital Equity Grid Innovation initiative. This initiative will improve connectivity; enable local, national, and international research collaboration; and support the development of an innovation ecosystem that leverages local strengths. We look forward to seeing where this partnership can take us.” VMware, Mitacs and IEEE FNI also plan to establish an R&I center in Montreal where researchers will develop Open Grid infrastructure that bridges technologies from the satellite, wireless, networks and cloud industries. This infrastructure platform will serve as the application development platform for IEEE Future Networks Initiative’s Connecting the Unconnected Challenge, which seeks novel solutions for universal and affordable internet access. In addition, researchers will be able to test solutions in real-world environments via Open Grid Alliance Innovation Zones and IEEE FNI testbeds. “Nearly half of the world’s population is still not connected to the Internet, but the Internet is a critical access point to education, economic opportunity, and health information and services. IEEE is excited to leverage our Connecting the Unconnected Challenge program to provide an innovation and a broad talent pipeline to the TETRA pilot project. This partnership provides the perfect framework to focus the expertise of our global member network on this critical humanitarian issue,” said Mary Ward-Callan, Managing Director, Technical Activities, IEEE. The Honorable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry of Canada, said, “Canada is home to some of the best and brightest minds in emerging areas of technology like automated intelligence, machine learning and spatial computing. Thanks to VMware’s confidence in Canada, this investment will support our great talent and help solve some important challenges facing our society in the decades to come.” About VMware VMware is a leading provider of multi-cloud services for all apps, enabling digital innovation with enterprise control. As a trusted foundation to accelerate innovation, VMware software gives businesses the flexibility and choice they need to build the future. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, VMware is committed to building a better future through the company’s 2030 Agenda.

Read More

Inango Systems Announces Addition of OpenSync support to Virtual Services Solution

Inango | September 07, 2020

Inango Systems, an Israeli software company specializing in innovative solutions for communications systems, announced it has added OpenSync™ support to its Virtual Services solution. OpenSync™ is a multi-industry open source software initiative that provides a framework for open service curation, delivery, management and support. "By adding OpenSync support to our Virtual Services solution we are able to significantly extend the number of end-user services for those customers using OpenSync enabled CPEs without the need for any CPE software upgrade," said Jonathan Masel, CEO and founder of Inango. "We are excited to support this important open source initiative in the industry."

Read More

VMWARE

MetTel and VMware to Deliver Cloud-Based Security, Networking and Compute Services at the Edge

VMware | March 02, 2022

MetTel, a digital transformation and communications leader, and VMware, a leading innovator in enterprise software, announced MetTel will offer customers a managed secure access service edge (SASE) solution powered by VMware SASE. The solution will enable IT organizations to efficiently deliver cloud-based security, networking and edge compute services to applications running at the edge. Supporting modern enterprise applications requires a new way of thinking about how they are delivered and secured. What worked for apps running on a private or public cloud won’t work out at the edge. Pairing VMware SASE’s capabilities with MetTel’s extensive expertise in fully managed network services will give organizations a solution built for the future, with security, speed, simplicity and savings in mind.” Craig Connors, vice president and general manager of VMware’s SASE business “MetTel is excited to expand our relationship with VMware to bring the next evolution of networking and security as a service to our client base,” said MetTel CTO Ed Fox. “Together, we have been successful in delivering the next generation of WAN services to our customers over the past several years. Now we are working together to extend those services to the expanding edge and to individual users wherever they work, providing our largest clients the ability to transform the way they work and engage with their customers.” IT technicians are increasingly seeking to implement operationally efficient solutions that provide workers in the branch, home and remote locations with more secure, reliable, consistent access to applications and services. The solution MetTel will now offer, VMware Secure Access Service Edge, provides an integrated architecture, simplifying the process of managing security, networking and edge compute services. VMware’s comprehensive cloud-delivered SASE solution brings together: Network performance, reliability, and operational benefits of SD-WAN Integrated security services delivered from the cloud that better protect the evolving enterprise perimeter The ability to support modern distributed applications, all of which will benefit from artificial intelligence for IT operations, or AIOps, for faster problem resolution These capabilities are delivered as a service from a global network of over 150 points of presence (PoPs) deployed by VMware and its SASE service provider partners. Adding VMware SASE to MetTel’s portfolio of managed network services will enable: A cloud native, single integrated architecture for security, networking and edge compute services Defined and managed business policies via a single interface Full visibility and advanced analytics and intelligence on application performance from the client to the cloud destination Industry leading, fully managed SASE solution and world-class customer experience As a SASE leader, VMware deploys and supports a large global footprint of PoPs that deliver effortlessly scalable cloud-based networking and security services. MetTel, a long-standing VMware partner, has been named a two-time Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader for Managed Network Services and brings a large portfolio of industry-leading managed services for advanced networking and voice capabilities that connect and scale enterprise business applications. MetTel fully manages VMware partner-managed web gateways and operates its own global network with data center resources in: Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Mexico City, London, Madrid, Mumbai, Singapore, Tokyo and Sydney, with further expansion expected in 2022. This build out is in addition to MetTel's network of physical and virtual data centers around the US including Ashburn, VA; Atlanta, GA; Denver, CO; Dallas, TX; Santa Clara and San Jose, CA; Seattle, WA; New York City and Chicago, IL. VMware and MetTel will work to harness their respective IT resources and Gartner Magic Quadrant leading capabilities to amplify the power and reach of both companies’ networks and technologies worldwide. About MetTel MetTel is a leader in communications and digital transformation (DX) solutions for enterprise and government customers. By converging all communications over a proprietary network, MetTel gives enterprises one, unified view and control point for all their communications and advanced network services. MetTel’s comprehensive portfolio of customer solutions can boost enterprise productivity, reduce costs, and simplify operations. Combining customized and managed communication solutions with a powerful platform of cloud-based software, the company’s MetTel Portal enables customers to manage their inventory, usage, spend and repairs from one simple, user-friendly interface. About VMware VMware is a leading provider of multi-cloud services for all apps, enabling digital innovation with enterprise control. As a trusted foundation to accelerate innovation, VMware software gives businesses the flexibility and choice they need to build the future. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, VMware is committed to building a better future through the company’s 2030 Agenda.

Read More