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WAN Optimisation

WAN Optimisation (WANop) is a technology that uses a number of techniques to streamline WAN links and increase data transfer efficiencies. The common metrics used to define these potential efficiency savings are throughput, bandwidth requirements, latency, protocol optimisation, and congestion. The techniques employed may include traffic shaping, latency control, forward proxy caching, protocol spoofing, protocol/application categorisation and prioritisation, byte caching (deduplication), and compression.

  • Symantec – WAN Optimisation

    by Symantec

    The Symantec portfolio represents the cyber security industry’s only end-to-end solution set. Solutions include secure web gateways with filtering and malware analysis, AV and malware protection, proxy caching devices, email security, SSL visibility, DLP, sandboxing, CASB and security analytics.

    Since the acquisition of Blue Coat Systems, Symantec has traffic shaping solutions through the ProxySGMach5 and PacketShaper product lines.

  • Allot Communications – WAN Optimisation

    by Allot Communications

    Allot Communications’ extensive experience in traffic and application management is based on expertise in subscriber and traffic control, application categorisation and management, Internet access and WAN optimisation. Integrating these core capabilities, Allot’s solutions combine network intelligence with the ability to minimize operating costs.

    Our skilled team of engineers are fully trained and accredited to the highest level in the Allot product and solutions portfolio.

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