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Avoiding Outages and Congestion with Intelligent Routing
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"Avoiding Outages and Congestion with Intelligent Routing"

This whitepaper describers how automation of route optimization processes across multiple ISPs can significantly reduce latency and packet loss as well as minimize network operational costs.

Network performance management is one of the greatest challenges faced by service providers and enterprises running multi-homed networks. Most of the networks rely on the standard routing protocol – Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) to route traffic across the Internet. However, BGP may reroute traffic only in case of hard failures - total losses of reachability as opposed to degradation. Even if service may be so degraded that it is unusable for the end user, BGP will continue to assert that a degraded route is valid until and unless the route is invalidated by a total lack of reachability. This paper explains how Intelligently rerouting traffic through the best performing providers enables companies to leverage their existing Internet connectivity to minimize downtime and improve data delivery.

Network performance automation enables companies to:

  • Reduce network latency and packet loss by up to 42%
  • Minimize downtime
  • Avoid network outages and congestion
  • Minimize network operational costs


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