Compare F5 Traffic Management Operating System vs. FatPipe WAN Optimization

F5 Traffic Management Operating System is ranked 11th in WAN Optimization while FatPipe WAN Optimization is ranked 18th in WAN Optimization. F5 Traffic Management Operating System is rated 0, while FatPipe WAN Optimization is rated 0. On the other hand, F5 Traffic Management Operating System is most compared with NetScaler SD-WAN, Blue Coat Encrypted Traffic Management and Riverbed Steelhead, whereas FatPipe WAN Optimization is most compared with .
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Traffic Management Operating System
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Overview
F5 Traffic Management Operating System, a collection of real-time features and functions, purpose-built and designed as a full-proxy solution with the power and performance. F5 TMOS is a self-contained, real-time operating system that is the brain behind BIG-IP. Developed as the foundation for all of F5 products, each component within the system performs operations and then lets the next component run, greatly reducing the overhead of CPU scheduling.

With FatPipe WAN Optimization, you can measurably increase productivity levels as it reduces response time for interactive applications, helps speed-up large data transfers between your headquarters, branches and data storage and/or disaster recovery sites, thereby increasing speed of data transfer between sites.

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