RazorLink SD-WAN has been designed to address hybrid networking over challenging networks, and with a heritage in providing hybrid satellite and cellular SD-WAN networking within demanding maritime and vehicular environments, and across diverse global architectures.
The SD-WAN fabric is highly resilient to underlay degradation and failure – single TCP connections are maintained and accelerated (assuming some level of connectivity exists) regardless of underlay availability and performance.
Traffic scheduling is handled by the RazorLink Smart Networking Protocol (SNP) – a proprietary transmission protocol, facilitating packet-by-packet intelligence and control, and unparalleled mobility, providing optimised use of network underlays under ever changing link conditions.
Advanced traffic classification and underlay management allows for applications to be allocated to any number or a specific combination of bonded underlay networks, and underlay transitions or re-allocations are seamless to the application.
A rich and expansive data set is available in real-time, directly from the SNP transmission protocol, allowing for advanced control over QoS and traffic-steering policy, and comprehensive assurance data.
The full feature set of RazorLink SD-WAN is available regardless of platform deployment – from micro ARM-based systems, including Raspberry Pi, up to data centre server farms.
RazorLink SD-WAN provides an elastic fabric, with scaling limits determined only by the limits of the hosting infrastructure. Full separation (layer 2 & layer 3) is maintained across the entire multi-tenant-aware SD-WAN fabric.