BURLINGTON, Mass. – 128 Technology, the leader in Session Smart Routing, is deploying a new software release for its Session Smart Router with enhancements for SD-Branch, remote work and 5G that delivers massive scale and breakthrough economics for Software-Defined Wide-Area Networks (SD-WAN). The software boosts deployment scale to thousands of sites, the capacity of head-end routers, and accelerates CPE hardware performance, helping companies achieve their digital transformation initiatives faster. It will also help lower bandwidth usage, hardware costs and create overall savings for capital and operating expenditures.
128 Technology’s Session Smart Router increases network simplicity and agility by eliminating tunnels and providing session-awareness between endpoints. The 128T Networking Platform puts organizations in control of session directionality, while offering fine-grained segmentation and encryption of all data in motion.
The software enhancements will expand on these current offerings and focus on three areas:
“Partnering with 128 Technology enables us to profitably expand our service offerings and improve customer responsiveness,” said Todd Zittrouer, CEO, Momentum Telecom, a premier provider of Cloud Voice, Network Solutions, and Unified Communications. “128 Technology’s solution enables us to offer new, differentiated services for our customers with faster time to deployment and improved customer response time.”
“The last thing companies should be worried about right now is high WAN costs that could be compounding the impacts of an unstable financial time,” said Andy Ory, co-founder and CEO, 128 Technology. “However, the reality is, traditional VPN solutions for WFH environments can be complex and difficult to scale. The ongoing COVID-19 crisis and recent shift to remote work have led us to accelerate our software enhancements, especially when it comes to business continuity, and our new hybrid SD-WAN approach will allow companies provide flexible, secure, and productive WFH environments for their employees.”