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FatPipe, Jenne Team for SD-WAN Distribution

FatPipe Networks products have been deployed with nearly every networking technology.

Edward Gately

March 25, 2019

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FatPipe Networks has chosen Jenne as its newest distribution partner for SD-WAN.

By partnering with FatPipe, Jenne is expanding its reach and portfolio of SD-WAN services. FatPipe has delivered more than 10,000 deployments and provides Jenne partners with compatible solutions to enhance network connectivity, security, applications and cloud services.

“As one of the market’s most advanced WAN path controllers, FatPipe expands Jenne’s reach into the WAN space, while providing a perfect complement to our partners’ solutions offerings,” said Patrick Howard, Jenne’s vice president of vendor management and marketing. “We are pleased to be partnering with FatPipe and adding the company’s software-defined SD-WAN optimization solutions to our expanding portfolio for our VARs, MSPs and security integrators.”

FatPipe products have been deployed with nearly every networking technology – ranging from interoperating with numerous firewalls and routers, to service chaining with WAN optimization appliances using any service provider for nearly any application – including compatible products from Avaya, AT&T, Extreme Networks and RingCentral.

“Jenne and FatPipe Networks share a strong commitment to delivering cloud-ready solutions that help our mutual partners drive recurring revenues and growth,” said Sanch Datta, FatPipe’s president and CTO. “The addition of FatPipe SD-WAN solutions into the Jenne networking and cloud offerings represents a milestone simplifying the ordering and managing of FatPipe solutions for partners.”

FatPipe said its SD-WAN solutions simplify multivendor interoperability and include key features that “transcend WAN failures to maintain business continuity, including zero-touch branch deployment, hybrid WAN connectivity, tuned application performance, easy integration, granular network visibility, multi-path security, secure full mesh VPN connectivity and flexible centralized policy deployments.”

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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