Talari Networks Partners with Benelux-based NetDialog

by | Jul 24, 2013 | IT, UC

Talari logoSAN JOSE, Calif. – July 24, 2013 Talari NetworksTM Inc., a leading provider of solutions to increase WAN reliability and application quality, today announced a new channel partnership with Network and Application Performance Monitoring specialist NetDialog in the Netherlands. NetDialog has incorporated Talari’s family of Mercury APN (Adaptive Private Networking) WAN appliances into its portfolio of network solutions.

“This partnership with Talari underscores NetDialog’s continued mission to provide our customers with a comprehensive portfolio of networking and application services to meet their end-to-end communications needs,” said Olaf Hasker, CEO of NetDialog. “Many of our customers in the Benelux have large data centers and contact centers and are increasingly turning to unified communication platforms that require an intelligent WAN to handle the uninterrupted, real-time transmission of large call volumes and data files. With Talari, we can help our customers make network performance-sensitive applications, such as VoIP, desktop video conferencing and virtual desktop infrastructure more reliable to support mission-critical business operations while minimizing network costs.”

“This relationship with NetDialog is important for us to reach future European customers with reliable networking solutions and it supports our plan to expand operations globally to meet customer demand,” said Jeff Zeichick, Talari Networks’ Regional Sales Director. “Our commitment to invest in resources for the European market demonstrates our belief that this region will play an important role in the evolving networking market. We look forward to working with NetDialog.”

At the heart of Talari’s Mercury WAN appliances is its patented APN operating software, which aggregates broadband, leased-line and other links to achieve greater reliability. APN performs sub-second analysis and builds a real-time map of the quality of those links to determine where to send each packet, then applies a Quality of Service (QoS) engine to prioritize which applications use the best links at any given time. The end result is a highly resilient WAN that automatically and intelligently adapts to changing conditions in the underlying network and ensures that applications operate without disruption and at a high level of quality.

More at www.talari.com and www.netdialog-int.com

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