Netrolix is currently at ITW in Chicago where the company is showcasing its cutting-edge AI-WAN platform featuring fully autonomous global network fabric.
Tomorrow, Netrolix will take part in the WAN Exchange, a half-day segment that will bring together the enterprise and service provider communities to examine WAN market drivers and technologies.
Wes Jensen, Netrolix Co-Founder and CEO, will join the Wednesday panel, “Hybrid Transformation – Experiences with Adopting SD-WAN and Integrating Internet into the WAN.” This session will explore real life experiences with rolling out SD-WAN and discuss what changes it has led to in enterprise WAN design, delivery and management.
Unlike other SD-WAN solutions, Netrolix’s AI-WAN, fully autonomous global network-fabric, uses a combination of real-time and historic information to adjust for dynamic network conditions and automatically routes data around issues like congestion, latency, packet loss, and jitter. This patented artificially intelligent decision process continues to learn as more data is collected to ensure an optimal network experience.
“At Netrolix, our mission is to leverage our edge compute and global neural network-based AI-WAN platform to define and create secure intelligent networks – instantly,” commented Wes Jensen Co-Founder and CEO of Netrolix. “Customers choose Netrolix’s private secure AI-WAN service because it offers exceptionally high security and global Internet optimization through deep machine learning, all with significant cost savings.”
The Netrolix AI-WAN platform provides full SD-WAN capabilities as one of many services on its global network fabric. Additional AI-enhanced services include multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), virtual private LAN service (VPLS), and virtual private network (VPN) connections. Enterprises and Managed Service Providers alike choose AI-WAN to connect offices, retail locations, IoT sensors, autonomous vehicles (AV), and drones and securely move information between computing and cloud locations at all levels of the network.