FatPipe SD-WAN Offered on Azure Cloud
March 04, 2019 / David Ramel
FatPipe Networks announced a new software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) offering for the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, promising better performance for enterprise users of cloud-hosted Office 365 and other applications.FatPipe SD-WAN for Azure was unveiled by the Salt Lake City-based company -- which claimed to be "the inventor of software-defined networks (SD-WAN) for wide area connectivity and hybrid WANs" -- last month."FatPipe SD-WAN for Azure, an SD-WAN Virtual Machine, enables Microsoft Azure customers who use Office 365 and other cloud-based applications to get a better experience by overcoming the need to reconnect every so often when the sessions break," the company said. "This is especially important for customers and offices where large groups have to use Office 365 or other cloud-hosted applications, or when a single line connection to Azure is not adequate to address line drop issues.