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Mushroom Networks releases Truffle IP and VoIP processing application


Mushroom Networks releases Truffle IP and VoIP processing application
Company Mushroom Networks, Inc. has announced the release of dedicated Truffle Server, as the bonding product designed for smooth and flawless support of connectivity on the level headquarter-to-branch, being processed completely within the cloud.
The utmost continuity of application is backed up across the Broadband Bonding that in real-time protects the utilities from all kinds of ISP outages, in order to prevent any operational impediments in the active and always operational service. The distributed Truffle devices located at distant detachments and remote offices can provide connection to the Truffle Server across the specific IP tunnel that can be composed with numerous DSL, cable, optic, wireless, or mobile Ethernet modules and consoles from any ISP. Any IP and VoIP streamlined traffic can be processed across this bonded tunnel, for instance, file transfers, network storage, other IP-based real-time products of VoIP. The excellent bandwidth transmission ratio appeared on this Truffle networking are of dual-direction. Organizations can mix and attach optimal services from differentiated providers, which bring up integrated redundancies where VoIP and IP traffic is proactively embedded across all healthy available links if one of them drops down or degrades. "Having deployed Truffle Server, organizations have an unsurpassed delivery way to share all the dynamic cloud products between the HQ and distant detachments," explained Dr. Cahit Akin, CEO at Mushroom Networks. "Branches can now acquire numerous IP and VoIP products within the intranets and private clouds. The steady and clear tendency is presented, that more and more companies and organizations select cloud for telecoms deployments, which will grow up the overall bandwidth tensions on WAN infrastructures. Truffle Server makes the enterprise to meet this expanding problem and remove all the latency related problems or connectivity issues to make branch staff members efficient." Mushroom Networks is a privately owned enterprise headquartered in San Diego, CA, delivering patent pending Broadband Bonding applications to various Internet connectivity addresses.


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