Enterprise WAN-maker Talari Networks, which sells through distributors, VARs and integrators, has debuted the Mercury T750 appliance to its Adaptive Private Networking product line for WAN virtualization.
The T750 is designed for mid-sized enterprises with up to 24 remote sites. Deployed in an enterprises data center, the T750 uses public WAN links, a method that Talari says can cut monthly WAN service costs by 40 percent to 90 percent. The approach further offers greater reliability and applications-performance predictability than private WANs that use Frame Relay or MPLS services from one provider, Talari said on Jan. 17.
“For years, enterprise IT managers have been dependent exclusively on expensive Frame Relay or MPLS circuits for their four-nines reliability, even though public Internet connectivity has been widely available at a fraction of the cost,” said Andrew Gottlieb, founder and CEO of Talari Networks. Talaris technology, he added, combines multiple sources of public Internet bandwidth in parallel to deliver the same, or better, quality than expensive WAN bandwidth, enabling enterprises to reduce WAN expenses.”
The T750 works with Talaras T730 gear in branch-office sites, the T200 boxes in small office/home office locations, and the T3000 appliance at larger data centers.
The T750 is a 1U rack-mountable appliance that supports WAN bandwidth aggregation up to 120mbps downstream and 60mbps upstream even while doing 128-bit AES encryption.
Talaris T750 carries a suggested list price of $21,995.