Talari Features New Products and Updates Adaptive Private Network OS

By CIOReview | Thursday, September 3, 2015
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SAN JOSE, CA: Talari, a company providing Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) solutions, announces the release of new appliances  physical and virtual, and an update on the Adaptive Private Network (APN) operating system.

"Rather than force our customers to fit within a proscribed network architecture or vendor-defined deployment model, Talari's goal is to provide a comprehensive solution that allows companies with a range of network architectures and deployment models to take advantage of the benefits of SD-WAN," says Emerick Woods, President and CEO, Talari.

The release features the following 

Talari Virtual Appliance VT500: It is a virtual software-only appliance that runs on VMWare's vSphere enabling Talari's Software Defined THINKING WAN capabilities to be installed on any hardware or network infrastructure.

Talari Appliance T5200: Offers support for 10G Fiber-Optic interfaces, serves as the network controller for a Talari SD-WAN and has multiple high availability options.

Expanded cloud capabilities in Talari APN 4.4: New version of APN software, APN 4.4 is incorporated with capabilities to support the increasing adoption of cloud within the enterprise. Customers now have the option of moving the Talari SD-WAN controller to the cloud, simplifying the management of the virtual WAN.

Expanded security options in Talari APN 4.4: The security profile is extended with the optional use of third-party certified FIPs compliant IPsec tunnels as the Talari virtual WAN connection. Provision for choosing ideal security options for specific applications is rendered across the virtual connection overlaid on their existing infrastructure.

Talari APN 4.4 has also been made available to its existing customers at no additional cost.