Macquarie Telecom. #1 for SD-WAN in the Asia-Pacific.
High speed + high uptime.
When a traditional network slows down or suffers an outage, productivity can take a big hit.
At the heart of Macquarie Telecom SD-WAN is the ability to use multiple links at once. The system intelligently sends every packet of data over the fastest link at any given time, by measuring the performance of your links hundreds of times per second. It assembles the packets seamlessly at the other end, so at any given second, your data is always travelling along the fastest path.
What does this mean for your business? First, you’ll experience unmatched stability. In fact, we promise to deliver over 99.99% network uptime. And second, our multi-path approach means consistently higher speeds, supporting low-latency applications like high-res video calls and data-intensive custom applications.
Multi-path technology has you covered.
Micro control, macro simplicity.
We’ve built the SD-WAN Orchestrator to make it easy to gauge the health of your entire network at a glance. It’s easy to see the performance of any site in real time, or home in on individual links to monitor or troubleshoot them, making it easy to identify and resolve network problems quickly. By clicking on one of your network links on-screen, you can understand network performance changes as soon as they occur.
SD-WAN also lets you choose which applications take priority. On a single screen, you can track which apps are using the most bandwidth at any site, and decide how to prioritise them. So it’s easy to make sure casual users streaming YouTube won’t take network bandwidth away from important video conferences, video calls or realtime applications.
Most importantly, we’ve made the Orchestrator easy to use. You can choose different levels of access for teams or individuals, and we’ll provide training to get you up and running quickly.
With over 7,000 SD-WAN sites installed across Australia, we have more experience than any other telco.
Other telcos have guesswork.
We have Kate.
Providing incredible online tools to manage your SD-WAN network is only half the story. Giving you real life training is the other half. That’s why we offer personalised training to anyone in your business, whenever they need it.
When you join Macquarie Telecom and migrate to SD-WAN, we’ll run monthly training sessions for the first three months. You’ll learn how to monitor your network, manage data and set up application controls. We’ll also walk you through testing, troubleshooting and reporting.
We know that the need for training doesn’t end once your migration is complete. That’s why dedicated training is on hand, whenever you need it. Whether you have new starters or just need refreshing training, Kate and her team are always ready to help you.
Macquarie Telecom SD-WAN will change your business. Here’s how.
SaaS that never misses a beat
Prioritise applications manually or just let the Orchestrator do it for you. Macquarie Telecom SD-WAN automatically routes traffic across the best link so your critical applications never miss a beat.
Ending video dropouts and jitters
SD-WAN simultaneously uses up to four access links, from NBN to ADSL – or even 4G. It glues them together to give you a faster connection than ever before, with less downtime than traditional networks.
Roll out without delay
Rolling out a new site is as simple as plugging in an Edge box (which looks like a wireless router), then configuring it remotely with the Orchestrator. Sending a technician on-site to manually configure racks of equipment is a thing of the past.
Fix your problem sites
Macquarie Telecom SD-WAN can easily integrate with your existing network, to deliver speed and reliability to inaccessible and remote sites.
See your entire network
SD-WAN features an easy-to-read online interface, called the Orchestrator, that lets network admins see which sites and links are up, down, or at risk. You can view traffic at an app level, and manually change app priority instantly.
We use dynamic key encryption at the packet level, which means your data is secure no matter which link it travels on. Our encryption is from origin to destination, meaning there are no weak points for hackers to exploit.