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AT&T Virtual Private Network (AT&T VPN) is a network-based IP VPN solution with a wide range of features and the flexibility to choose the options you require today, and over time. ... Network Convergence Integrate multiple disparate voice, video and data networks to a single MPLS IP network.

DH2i is a software provider with over 10 years of experience, helping customers around the world enhance their network security capabilities with DxOdyssey.

DxOdyssey is a Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) network security solution built on patented technology that is a critical component to achieving a Zero Trust architecture. DxOdyssey enables highly available application-specific micro-tunnels across any mix of locations and platforms. Users access their tunnels via a local port, making the device and the resource invisible to the network. With no open ports and application-level access rather than network-level access, the lateral attack surface is nearly eliminated to protect businesses and data from malicious intruders. This dynamic software solution is extremely lightweight and can be installed and configured on any Windows or Linux machine in just seconds.

DxOdyssey extends SDP capabilities to edge computing with DxOdyssey for IoT, enabling secure, private bi-directional communication between edge devices, the cloud, and on-premises or remote sites – all without VPNs, SD-WANs, or open ports.

DxOdyssey unlocks these key benefits:

✔️ Enable secure, private access between edge devices, the datacenter, and cloud

✔️ Eliminate any network attack surface without complexities of VPNs, SD-WANs, or open ports

✔️ Create a Zero Trust network architecture while achieving the highest ROI

✔️ Achieve complete data privacy with its intelligent matchmaking service

✔️ Enhance performance with built-in failover and 3rd party integration

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AT&T VPN is ranked 14th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 1 review while DxOdyssey is ranked unranked in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN. AT&T VPN is rated 9.0, while DxOdyssey is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of AT&T VPN writes "Extremely stable and very scalable ". On the other hand, AT&T VPN is most compared with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, Zscaler Private Access, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks and SecureLink, whereas DxOdyssey is most compared with .

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