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Peplink SpeedFusion Primary Use Case

Budiartha Prakosa - PeerSpot reviewer
Product Development Manager at a comms service provider with 501-1,000 employees

Our primary use case is for connecting the other SD-WAN. It's used for connecting from branches to headquarters. Peplink is very strong in the device for connecting within the LTE, within the SIM console. Peplink can deploy on everything, on the building, the vehicle, mobile transportation; it's very flexible.

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Bernard Cresencia - PeerSpot reviewer
Network & Security Engineer, Team Lead at Crescendo Technology Ltd.

We're implementing this solution on all our sites. Basically, we want to utilize both ISPs that we have. In the past, we've only used active standby. Whenever we have outages, we want it to be seamless to be able to use the other connection with the other one being down.

We have two different models that we use. For the offices, we use Balance 380, and for our data center, we use Balance 710. We also have a fusion hub installed in the cloud for Azure and AWS. 

Right now, it is sitting in front of our firewalls. All of our sites have dual ISPs. So, we are load balancing the internet traffic, and we are using SpeedFusion between the sites.

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HR
CEO at DeepBlue

We use it for site-to-site connectivity and for video and audio broadcasting.

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