Asce Networks delivers faster and more affordable connectivity to enterprises with OmniRange Plus Multi-Path
Solution offers welcome alternative to more costly MPLS connection
10 January 2007
GAITHERSBURG, MD. — 10 January 2007 – Asce Networks, the leading provider of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures today announced its innovative connectivity solution OmniRange Plus Multi-Path as an answer to the challenge of always-on connectivity that companies are facing. As a part of the OmniRange Plus solution, Multi-Path enables companies to spread their connectivity bases and ensure the optimal Internet connection at highly competitive prices.
OmniRange Plus Multi-Path creates an ideal solution for companies around the globe requiring always-on Internet connectivity. It allows companies to work with any type of Internet connections including affordable Internet or enterprise-based connections to ensure resilient connectivity clusters.
OmniRange Plus Multi-Path is a good alternative to more expensive point-to-point solutions such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). Even in the case where an enterprise has an MPLS solution, there is no guarantee of always-on connectivity. OmniRange Plus Multi-Path on the other hand ensures always-on Internet connectivity thanks to patented load-sharing functionality and centralized management.
At the same time, OmniRange Plus Multi-Path’s load-sharing functionality ensures high availability, the fastest connection possible and significant savings thanks to reduced monthly costs and maintenance without downtime. OmniRange Plus Multi-Path also finds its competitive edge for companies involved in issues such as financial trading, where always on connectivity between offices and trading floors is an absolute must.
By adding another affordable layer of ADSL or xDSL connectivity and combining it with OmniRange Plus Multi-Path, your enterprise is assured of resilient connectivity and high availability. For enterprises with branch offices and a mobile and distributed workforce using Virtual Networks (VN) connections, OmniRange Plus Multi-Path is an ideal solution to ensure that data flows as it should, speedily and securely.
Speaking about the OmniRange Plus Multi-Path solution, Bob Collins, CEO of Asce Networks, Inc. said: “Multi-Path utilizes Internet mature technologies to ensure safe and, above all, affordable alternatives to the point to point MPLS solutions offered presently by ISPs. I believe all Internet-dependent companies will enjoy the benefits this technology has to offer."
Multi-Path is a part of OmniRange Plus – the unified centrally manageable system that combines deep network security and assured end-to-end availability.
OmniRange Plus utilizes a combination of layered architecture and central monitoring to create security control and ensure fast response times to security breaches and network disturbances. Its load balancing feature for gateway and web server increases performance and eliminates downtime.
About Asce Networks, Inc.
Asce Networks, Inc. is a worldwide leader in providing mission-critical e-Business infrastructures with headquarters in GAITHERSBURG, MD. Asce Networks delivers the next generation hardware and software to scale the performance and availability of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures. For more information about Asce Networks and its products and services, please visit http://www.ascenetworks.com/.
Asce Networks and OmniRange Plus are the property of Asce Networks, Inc. All other company and product names are the property of their respective holders.
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