Bright House Networks

Telecom Provider

Ecessa

Infinite Flexibility

We work with our clients to customize the technology they need today, with opportunities to scale up as they grow.

Customer Development

It’s not about selling products. It’s about delivering solutions that help our clients run their businesses more effectively.

Valued Experience

Successful businesses aren’t born overnight. Neither was Ecessa. Our degreed, dedicated engineers have been perfecting.

Increase Network Performance Instantly

Ecessa® Corporation recently announced a major upgrade to its SD-WAN product line with the release of the WANworX® Virtual Instance for Microsoft Azure®. Ecessa now brings resilience and other industry-leading SD-WAN functions to Azure public cloud connections.

WANworX allows you to build redundant connections to all your applications, wherever they are, so you don’t suffer outages, congestion or disruptions. You can connect your locations anywhere in the world to the public cloud in Microsoft Azure for resilient, Never Down® performance without going through a third-party SD-WAN supplier’s cloud gateway. You maintain complete control.

Customized SD-WAN Configurations Make Any Network Never Down

Deploying WANworX is like taking out an insurance plan on your connections. With supplemental links and connections, any network can become Never Down instantly.

For instance, let’s say a business operates from a primary headquarters and three additional offices. These facilities will often be connected with single-threaded MPLS links.

Protect Business Networks with Ecessa PowerLink

Ecessa’s PowerLink® is an automatic network failover solution that protects businesses from downtime. Powerlink features:

  • Automatic Failover & Failback
  • Active/Active Use of Bandwidth
  • Session Load Balancing
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Next Generation Firewall (NGFW)
  • SIP Call Load Balancing & Failover
PowerLink Failover and WAN Optimization Eliminates Downtime

PowerLink allows traffic to flow smoothly over a multi-homed network of up to 25 WAN links. This level of resiliency eliminates link congestion and guarantees continuous service and full connectivity before, during and after a network outage.

Increase Network Performance Instantly

Ecessa Edge® is an appropriately scaled version of our SD-WAN products designed specifically for small businesses, stores and branch offices. Ecessa Edge features:

  • Automatic Failover & Failback
  • Active/Active Use of Bandwidth
  • Session Load Balancing
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
Ecessa Edge is a smart investment for small businesses that require:

Having the right technology in place – at a price that doesn’t break the IT budget – is the first step in driving business growth. Imagine the possibilities of a reliable, scalable network that guarantees uptime.

Improving Business Networks with One Simple Box

Ecessa Edge takes simple business networks and makes them stronger. We build upon your existing infrastructure to add up to three redundant WAN links that create automatic failover for voice, video or data applications.

Increase Network Performance Instantly

WANworX® Secure SD-WAN combines reliable hardware, innovative software, network design and support services to allow organizations to operate from multiple locations – and the cloud – seamlessly. WANworX powerful SD-WAN features:

  • Automatic Failover & Failback
  • Active Use of Bandwidth
  • Session Load Balancing
  • Quality of Service (QoS)
  • Virtual Instances for Azure, VMWare, KVM
  • IPsec Encrypted SD-WAN Tunnels
Customized SD-WAN Configurations Make Any Network Never Down

For instance, let’s say a business operates from a primary headquarters and three additional offices. These facilities will often be connected with single-threaded MPLS links. While this configuration works and it offers security, it’s lacking in redundancy and therefore risks traffic congestion and downtime from carrier outages.

Network Congestion

Congestion and a Lack of Bandwidth

Bandwidth is often an unseen network trouble maker and learning how to increase it can be the secret to business success. When you have enough, you never give bandwidth a second thought. But the moment you start experiencing congestion, slow applications, sluggish connections, interrupted calls or remote desktop sessions, insufficient bandwidth is often the culprit. Seeing this issue, quantifying your true business needs and adding the correct bandwidth are all things Ecessa SD-WAN can solve.

Many companies spend time and money attempting to optimize their limited bandwidth. Ecessa SD-WAN solutions allow for an easy, seamless way to add new bandwidth while making the most of all available bandwidth.

Use all your new Bandwidth WITH SD-WAN

SD-WAN leverages any and all connection or transport types, allowing users to make the most of any connection available to them, including DSL, Cable, Fiber, MPLS, Cellular (4G/5G), Satellite, Fixed Wireless or Microwave connections. Ecessa solutions are purpose-built, guiding traffic down any available connection, thus allowing your business an active/active network with all bandwidth being utilized. Instead of letting connections sit idle, waiting to kick in during an outage (the traditional failover configuration) all available connections are used at all times.

Session Load Balancing

Individual sessions are sent down different connections in real time, essentially spreading traffic out and using all available bandwidth. The downside to this approach is that if an outage occurs on connection 1, any sessions already on that link will be lost. To avoid this, packet-level duplication can be used.

Packet Aggregation

This approach takes individual sessions, breaks them up and sends each packet down different connections in a round robin fashion. This has the potential to squeeze the most bandwidth out of all existing connections; typically advertised as doubling bandwidth or discussed as WAN optimization. The downside to this approach is that if the existing WAN connections are not identical in performance, that is packet loss, latency, re-ordering or jitter are not the same, packets may be delayed or out of order, resulting in a slower overall performance than expected.