NetEx Adopts Subscription Pricing for WAN Optimizer

Subscription-based pricing is intended to make it more affordable to mitigate bandwidth restrictions, network congestion, and latency.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted May 7, 2010
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WAN optimization software provider, NetEx, says the company has adopted subscription-based pricing for its HyperIP software WAN optimizer. According to the company in its news release, subscription-based pricing is intended to make it more affordable to add optimization software to virtual environments to support projects like server migrations, and mitigate bandwidth restrictions, network congestion, and latency due to distance, jitter, packet loss, bit errors, and poor line quality.


"IT providers looking to cure performance bottlenecks that bring WAN-based applications to a crawl often compare the pricing of WAN optimization to the cost of adding more bandwidth. HyperIP achieves greater results by aggregating multiple data replication applications over a shared connection while mitigating the inherent network latency and network disruptions that commonly plague long-distance remote TCP data transmissions."

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