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"You typically will license the hardware and you license the software to access the hardware capabilities. The price will range anywhere from a hundred to $300 a month. There are no additional costs.""The licensing fees depend on the bandwidth. As an example of what we charge our customers, for 100MB without Boost, the price is approximately $2,000. That includes the licensing and the unit."

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Top Answer: We had several clients that were paying $7,500 a month for an MPLS line for one single 10 megabit circuit and we were able to take that from $7,500 a month down to $500 a month for two 10 megabits… more »
Top Answer: You typically will license the hardware and you license the software to access the hardware capabilities. The price will range anywhere from a hundred to $300 a month. There are no additional costs… more »
Top Answer: Their WAN optimization in terms of wireless connectivity doesn't have a very good cellular capability. I know of another company that does a much better job called Peplink. I have not specifically… more »
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FatPipe Symphony, Symphony, FatPipe Symphony SD-WAN, Symphony SD-WAN
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Overview

Symphony is one of the FatPipe’s products which are offering Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) solution. This SD-WAN solution simplifies the deployment and management of connectivity at remote sites. More over enterprises deploying Symphony with Orchestrator are not only provided with the ability to centrally control their WANs but also to manage branch office configuration. The appliances can be deployed with zero-touch installation as well.

Silver Peak Unity EdgeConnect is a complete, high-performance SD-WAN solution that enables service providers to quickly and cost-effectively bring new, differentiated, managed SD-WAN services to market to expand market reach, create new revenue streams and deliver SD-WAN services with SLAs in and out-of-region.

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FatPipe SD-WAN is ranked 19th in SD-WAN while Unity EdgeConnect is ranked 7th in SD-WAN with 3 reviews. FatPipe SD-WAN is rated 0.0, while Unity EdgeConnect is rated 9.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Unity EdgeConnect writes "Has enabled considerable money savings and reduction in traffic ". FatPipe SD-WAN is most compared with VeloCloud, Cisco SD-WAN and Fortinet FortiGate, whereas Unity EdgeConnect is most compared with CloudGenix and Cisco SD-WAN.

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