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Latest Replify Accelerator Release 6.4 Now Available

Replify is pleased to announce the release of Replify Accelerator version 6.4. This release contains several features and improvements along with...

WAN Optimization and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Replify Accelerator can be deployed alongside ZScaler ZPA and other ZTNA solutions as part of your SASE deployment.

Make Your SASE Faster with Replify Accelerator

Replify can improve your SASE or SD-WAN offering by adding WAN Optimization - get in touch today.

Latest Replify Accelerator Release 6.3 Is Now Available

Replify are pleased to announce the release of version 6.3 of the Replify Accelerator product. With over 70 improvements, new features...

Replify for Remote Working Featured in The Business Journals

Replify is a Belfast based company that provides a software product that can improve home internet connections and has been featured in The Business Journals.

New Replify Accelerator 6.2 Release Available Now

Upgrade to the new version (6.2) of Replify Accelerator today!

Can Replify be Used for Optimizing Internet Traffic?

Invariably if asked about the type of work I do in a social situation, our standard response is that 'Replify makes the internet go faster'. The truth is that Replify Accelerator does a decent job of optimizing internet traffic. It is easy to do as well, if you have access to a data centre or cloud service that has good network connectivity.

WAN Optimization for Residential SD-WAN

We've talked before about how Replify Accelerator compliments SD-WAN technology. This is even more important with residential SD-WAN which is likely to be deployed on poorer quality links. Replify Accelerator can easily increase the effective bandwidth of these.

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Replify WAN Optimization for Apple M1

Replify WAN optimization supported on newly released Apple M1 processor in addition to existing support for x86 and ARM processors.

Optimize Your VPN with Replify Accelerator

Recently there have been many articles written that predict the death of VPN. That prediction may be a little premature but...