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FatPipe Products

XTREME is used by medium to large companies requiring


redundancy for outbound internet access e.g., Thin Clients.
WARP is used by companies hosting internal servers, requiring
reliability & redundancy for inbound and outbound traffic.
MPVPN binds multiple VPN Paths for up to three time the
redundancy, and nine time the security
IPVPN binds multiple managed and CPE based VPNs in to one
single seamless WAN. No BGP or NNI Programming is needed
Symphony: enables corporations to deploy a single web access
control device at a centralized location in a hub and spoke setup
to manage corporate-wide web access policies, while avoiding
link bottlenecking issues and prohibitive costs associated with
increasing bandwidth using private lines to meet end-user
demand.
KOMPRESSOR is a packet based compression device that
improves your wide area network performance by increasing
speed an average of three times.
Spam Police is a network appliance that eliminates junk email
and helps protect your network from harmful viruses

What is High Availability ?

The ability of define, achieve, and sustain "target availability


objectives" across services and/or technologies supported in the
network that align with the objectives of the business (i.e.
99.9%, 99.99%, 99.999%?)
Availability

Source: Cisco

Downtime per year (24 x 7 x 365)

99.000%

3 Days

15 Hours

36 Minutes

99.500%

1 Days

19 Hours

48 Minutes

99.900%

8 Hours

46 Minutes

99.950%

4 Hours

23 Minutes

99.990%

53 Minutes

99.999%

5 Minutes

99.9999%

30 Minutes

Why Improve Network Availability ?

The average cost of data center downtime across industries was


approximately $7,900 per minute. (A 41 percent increase from the
$5,600 in 2010.)
For a total data center outage, which had an average recovery time of
119 minutes, average costs were approximately $901,500. (In 2010, it
was 134 minutes at about $680,700.)

DOWNTIME : COSTS TOO MUCH !!!

Downtime Cost Per Minute

According to a study by the Ponemon Institute, the minimum, median,


mean and maximum cost per minute of unplanned outages was
computed based on input from 41 data centers. In the chart below,
the most expensive cost of an unplanned outage is over $11,000 per
minute. On average, the cost of an unplanned outage per minute is
likely to exceed $5,000 per incident.

Source : Ponemon Institute

Unplanned Downtime Impact on Revenue

On average, businesses lose between $84,000 and $108,000 (US)


for every hour of IT system downtime, according to estimates from
studies and surveys performed by IT industry analyst firms. In
addition, financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing and
energy lead the list of industries with a high rate of revenue loss
during IT downtime
$ 26.5 Billion in revenue is lost to North American businesses each
year through IT downtime and data recovery

Main Causes of WAN Downtime


Leading causes of WAN downtime include:
Hardware Failures
Internet Service Provider Faults
Router Operations Failure
Physical Links data connections failure due to cuts or line
break in last mile
Leading causes of quality degradation of data lines:
Hardware Failures
Traffic Congestion and Competition; a lack of Quality of
Service (QoS) and bandwidth management
Service provider faults such as programming errors, routing
issues, etc.

Reliving the Biggest Online Outages of


2013

Google shut down, and Internet traffic dropped by about 40%.


Duration: Less than 5 minutes (Aug 16)

Amazon.com Internal issues prompted a shutdown, as it displayed


an error message. Analysts calculated that it may have resulted in $ 5
million in lost revenue.
Duration: 49 Minutes (Jan 31)

Healthcare.gov - A data center service outage led to significant


downtime for HealthCare.gov, giving critics of the Affordable Care Act
plenty to complain about.
Duration: More than 16 hours (Oct 27 to 28)

OTC Markets Group - A network failure prompted a complete


shutdown in trading over-the-counter stocks in the U.S.
Duration: More than 5 hours (Nov 7)

High Availability Internet / WAN

FatPipe provides resiliency and continuity for businesses through its wide range of
solutions available for Wide Area Network. FatPipe offers solutions that conduct line
failover automatically; it is dynamic and works with diverse combination of data lines

Current ISP

New DSL

New Cable

High Availability Hardware

FatPipe can be setup in a unit-failover scenario, where the backup unit sits at
the customer premise adjacent to the primary unit. The two units are in
constant communication. The backup unit will automatically take over all traffic
if the primary unit becomes unavailable for any reason.
Master / Active
VRRP Group : 20
VIP : 192.168.10.1
Physical IP :
192.168.10.2

WAN 1

Switch

Active

ISP 1
WAN 2

Switch

ISP 2

WAN 1

WAN 2

Switch

Standby

Local Area
Network
192.168.10.0/2
4

Slave / Backup
VRRP Group : 20
VIP : 192.168.10.1
Physical IP :
192.168.10.3

Internet

High Availability VPN between Offices


VPN Failover & Load balancing

FatPipe is the first of market with an innovative feature called, VPN Site Failover, which enables
failover of VPN Traffic between branch office(s), main office and disaster recovery sites, utilizing all
lines available at each site.
The Server can be located in geographically separate locations and have identical or similar
information in both main office and in disaster recovery site.
This is an optional feature available upon request

ISP 1

Internet

ISP 2

FatPipe

FatPipe
ISP 3

ISP 4

High Availability Application / Data Center


FatPipe Site Load Balancing Functionality

FatPipe A and FatPipe B Keep constant communication between one another. They
check each other's status and they share DNS information. FatPipe A is the primary,
and by default all traffic to www.webserver.com will be directed to Site A using IP
addresses at Site A. If Site A goes down then Site B will take over Authoritative DNS
and all traffic to www.webserver.com will be directed to Site B.
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Server Load Balancing

FatPipe provides a multi-site Server Load Balancing solution through MPVPN product.
The MPVPN comes standard with a patented technology, SmartDNS. SmartDNS solves
the issue of providing redundant inbound connectivity by advertising DNS on all
internet lines. The combination of FatPipe's Site Load Balancing and Server Load
Balancing provides high availability, a plenty of bandwidth and all overall guaranteed
level of service to the customers and their end users.
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Custome
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Dual Power Supply Failover

Backup Supply
Regular Supply

FatPipe Product Family


Core Products

MPVPN

Multi-site Solution for internet based intra-office VPN communication


IPVPN

Multi-site Solution for Point-to-Point, public internet connection, managed


services
WARP

Single-site Solution for automatic multi-line inbound and outbound load


balancing that enables fast deployment of regional hosting facilities

Add-On Modules

WAN Acceleration

WAN Optimization, compression & QoS


Unified Threat Management - SuperUTM

Firewall, VPN, IDS/IPS, Web Filtering, Anti-Spam and Anti-Virus


Quality of Service

Controls congestion by guaranteeing bandwidth and prioritization of data flow up


to 9 levels
Site-to-Site Load Balancing

Allows for site load balancing/failover between multiple FatPipe units located at
geographically separate locations
VPN

Allows the configuration of site-to-site VPN tunnels or client VPN termination


points

FatPipe Product Family


Interoffice

Information Availability, Reliability, and Redundancy


IPVPN and hybrid networks
MPVPN . Patented

Redundancy,

Reliability and Load-balancing


WARP For automatic multi-line inbound and outbound load balancing
that enables fast deployment of regional hosting facilities. Patented
XTREME Combines multiple routers for high reliability, redundancy
and speed of Internet access for outbound traffic Thin Clint. Patented

Security

VPN IPSec (Triple DES and AES) and SSL, Firewall


Multiplexing - TCP and UDP Session multiplexing
Works with any IPSEC based VPN

Bandwidth

Management
WAN Acceleration and optimization, compression and QOS

Productivity

Enhancement Complimentary product


Spam Police Spam elimination and virus checking

Worldwide Locations

700 VARs
in the USA
HQ in
Chennai

Registered Offices

Authorized Distributors & Resellers

Planned Offices

Contact Information
FatPipe Networks Inc
4455 South 700 East, First Floor
Salt Lake City UT 84107 (Headquarters)
Phone: +1 801 281 3434 ext. 2268

http://www.fatpipeinc.com