VANCOUVER, BC., APRIL 02 2020 — Turnium Technology Group Inc., a global software developer of white-label SD-WAN software and Replify Ltd, a world-leading OEM supplier of WAN Optimization software for the SD-WAN market, today announced a partnership to deliver WAN Optimization to Turnium’s global network of SD-WAN Channel Partners.
Through its Channel Partners, Turnium SD-WAN delivers the advantages of increased bandwidth, higher reliability and reduced cost networks to over 4,000 end-customers globally. Replify WAN Optimization is now available as an add-on to all Turnium SD-WAN Channel Partners to further reduce bandwidth consumption, increase the Return on Investment from existing circuits and improve the end-user experience of Cloud-based applications.
“Adding WAN Optimization on an as-needed, per-customer basis to our SD-WAN provides our Channel Partners with an additional revenue stream by enabling higher efficiency transmission for its end-customers”, said Geoff Hultin, President. “This can help end-customers get more from their existing WAN connections, avoid the costs of network bandwidth upgrades, and further increase the value proposition that our Channel Partners already deliver through SD-WAN.”
Turnium Channel Partners can order WAN Optimization on a per-customer basis to improve performance of SD-WAN through data de-duplication and optimization.
Implemented alongside Turnium SD-WAN, Replify WAN Optimization increases the performance of wired, wireless and LTE connections, by removing duplicate data from the transmission. This reduces the amount of data sent over networks to improve the end-user experience of Cloud applications, file transfer and data backup while also increasing data security.
Replify CEO Rozy Corry said; “We are delighted to announce this new partnership with Turnium, a global SD-WAN software platform provider. Replify’s WAN Optimization software will help Turnium to accelerate both data throughput and improve application performance for their customers.”
Terminus Positronics, LLC Replify’s North American Channel Partner based in Lexington, Kentucky, has worked with Turnium to provide licensing that complements Turnium’s SaaS billing model and make it easy for Turnium Channel Partners to deploy Replify WAN Optimization cost-effectively. Terminus Positronics will provide Turnium’s Channel Partners with consulting services to assist with the design, deployment and training for Replify.
Turnium has an install base across 5 continents and the Replify software will allow their global customers to improve data flows over the Internet and other digital networks.
This partnership strengthens both company’s positions in the global SD-WAN marketplace, forecasted by research consultancy Gartner to be worth US$1.2bn by 2021. Replify already licenses to other SD-WAN providers and networking companies.
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About Turnium Technology Group Inc.
TTGI delivers its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) solution as a managed cloud-native service and as a licensed OEM white label software platform. Turnium’s managed SD-WAN is available direct to enterprises and through its enterprise partner channel of Managed Service Providers and industry vertical specific Value-Added Resellers. Turnium’s white-label SD-WAN software platform is available through a global Channel Partner program that enables Internet and Managed Service Providers and Telecommunications Service Providers to offer, host, and control their own branded SD-WAN offering quickly and easily. For more information, contact email@example.com.
SD-WAN is revolutionizing the networking and telecommunications industry by virtualizing secure, high-speed networking and abstracting network control from the underlying physical circuits. SD-WAN frees enterprises, small-medium businesses, cloud and managed services providers from the constraints imposed by traditional telecommunications companies.