The service virtualizes acceleration devices within the network cloud, enabling enterprises to escape the high cost and complexity of dedicated hardware appliances at each branch office. The service can be activated instantly in more than 190 countries at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions.
Accelerate applications between any location – headquarters, data centers, branch offices, mobile workers, public/private clouds – anywhere in the world. Backed by the world’s first application response time guarantee: If you do not experience faster response times, you do not pay – and Virtela will pay you 250% of your service charge.
Virtela also offers managed appliance-based, software-based and hybrid solutions, giving enterprises the flexibility to choose the best service option per location as part of a fully integrated solution.
Leveraging Virtela ESC, services can be activated within minutes, eliminating the cost and complexity of deploying and maintaining devices in branch offices. Virtela ESC features Local Cloud Centers (LCCs) around the world in close proximity to end users to accelerate applications immediately, near the content source
Virtela’s SDN platform offers the flexibility for customers to click-to-activate their own Virtela-provided application acceleration services via a simple online portal, rely on Virtela for 24×7 end-to-end management, or a hybrid of both
The VirtelaView portal enables customers to experience a new level of simplicity and transparency into application acceleration service performance
Virtela is the smart alternative to traditional carriers and equipment vendors for your enterprise networking and virtualized IT service needs
With Virtela cloud-based application acceleration, we’ve experienced significant reductions in our application response times and have been able to postpone planned bandwidth increases in many cases, which have led to higher productivity and a higher return on investment.
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