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XCA Edge automatically performed more than 2.2 million routing optimisations and avoided more than 160 BGP blind failures across the Coreix network.
While BGP ensured optimum hops on all routes it was unable to automatically route around latency and packet loss.
XCA Edge was deployed for route optimisation to automatically route around any network performance issues instantly, and load balancing allowed IOFlood to add more carriers for a more robust network, with confidence in their performance and zero data overages
IOFlood faced three main challenges; low customer satisfaction due to recurring network performance issues, they were using premium carriers without getting premium performance, and data overages were creating unexpected costs.
The Carlyle Group is a global alternative asset manager with $158 billion of assets under management in 218 investment vehicles as of December 31, 2016. Carlyle’s purpose is to invest wisely and create value on behalf of its investors. With more than 1,600 employees and 35 offices across the globe, the Group invests across four segments: Corporate Private Equity, Real Assets, Global Market Strategies and Investment Solutions.
Carlyle sought to consolidate internet access globally to reduce public entry points into its network; improve security posture; consolidate ISP services; and have a single invoice in US Dollars for its many international locations.
iVPN with local Internet breakout for shops around the world, with hand off at a central hub site located in the company’s data center, including dual uplink with automatic failover.
This international fashion retailer needed a homogeneous Internet VPN solution with secure Internet access to service their shops worldwide.
Dual Internet for Global Tech Firm
“We saw right away that the existing MPLS-only global network became too expensive and wouldn’t give us the flexibility and performance we needed,” the Tech Firm’s CIO said.