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The 128T Networking Platform (128T) natively provides network-based security, control, and insight across data centers, wide-area networks (WAN), and edge locations for enterprises, service providers, and cloud companies alike. 128T is reshaping the way organizations design, deploy, and operate real-world networks by making them dramatically simpler, smarter, and more secure — it’s going to fix the router — and ultimately the network — as we know it.
The Dell EMC Networking Virtual Edge Platform is optimized to host VNFs (Virtual Network Functions) and is ideal for SD-WAN. The fixed form factor is perfect for the service provider edge or enterprise branch, in a deployment where high-value, low power, compactness and large number of configuration options are design considerations.
Symphony is one of the FatPipe’s products which are offering Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) solution. This SD-WAN solution simplifies the deployment and management of connectivity at remote sites. More over enterprises deploying Symphony with Orchestrator are not only provided with the ability to centrally control their WANs but also to manage branch office configuration. The appliances can be deployed with zero-touch installation as well.
Dell Virtual Edge Platform is ranked 29th in Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) Solutions while FatPipe SD-WAN is ranked 16th in Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) Solutions with 1 review. Dell Virtual Edge Platform is rated 0.0, while FatPipe SD-WAN is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of FatPipe SD-WAN writes "Beneficial technology, reliable, and simple deployment". Dell Virtual Edge Platform is most compared with , whereas FatPipe SD-WAN is most compared with VMware SD-WAN, Cisco SD-WAN and Fortinet FortiGate.
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