As a software-only WAN Optimization solution Replify Accelerator can be deployed directly into your cloud platforms and services to resolve your application performance problems and deliver true usability. Find out more if you are an: IT Manager, Cloud Platform or Service Vendor
Replify greatly improves upload and download speeds on mobile devices including smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs, while reducing data volumes by up to 80% thus saving on mobile data costs. Make BYOD really work for your business. Find out more if you are a: CxO, IT Manager, Network manager
Do you have a data intensive product that has high bandwidth usage? Replify's accelerator technology could be seamlessly integrated into your product so that it has a competitive advantage that gives your customers an improved user experience and means they use less bandwidth too.
I’ve just returned from a very successful visit to an OEM partner from foreign climes. We’ve worked with this partner for some time, mainly via email as they are in a different time zone from us, however it is always good to get some face to face time.read full article
It wasn’t that long ago, a year or two that I went back into my old secondary school to give a careers talk on software and engineering. Its a bit of a stuffy all girls school and I hated every minute of it. When people said ‘school days are the best of your life’ I often thought there wasn’t much point living past 18 as it couldn’t have got much worse!read full article
Like an elephant’s memory, the Replify ‘memory’ or cache saves data in little chunks. When you visit the same data more than once, the software checks to see if it has this in its cache and if it does, a reference is sent to that chunk of data. This means that you reduce bandwidth and speed up access times!read full article
“Through 2013, at least 60% of enterprises will experience slow or inconsistent application performance issues from externally placed applications, due to improper network design.” Is your Network Design the Weak Link in Cloud Computing? August 27, 2010
— Bjarne Munch, Gartner