Talari Offers Mercury T750 WAN Virtualization Appliance
The Mercury T750 works in concert with the company's T730 appliances deployed at branch-office sites.Talari Networks announced the addition of the Mercury T750 appliance to its family of adaptive private-networking products for WAN Virtualization. Aimed at midsized enterprises with up to 24 remote sites, the T750 is designed to provide business-class (99.99 percent or greater) reliability and predictable performance by using inexpensive public WAN links. The Mercury T750 appliance became available this week, with a suggested list price of $21,995. The T750, announced Jan. 17, is designed for deployment in the data center for enterprises with up to 24 remote offices or within larger deployments with regional data centers or co-location facilities. It works in concert with Talari's T730 appliances deployed at branch-office sites, Talari's T200 appliances deployed in small office/home office locations, and Talari's T3000 appliances at larger data centers.
"Many enterprises that have deployed WAN Optimization solutions are now looking for the next technology to further improve application delivery and to reduce costs," Michael Kennedy, principal at Network Strategy Partners, said in a statement. "For these and other enterprises, Talari's technology is the logical next step, as it enables enterprises to inexpensively add bandwidth, reliability and application predictability for all applications, including real-time applications, such as VOIP (voice over IP) and VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure)."