Q-Balancer Mesh
Q-Balancer 150
Q-Balancer 300D
Q-Balancer 300
Q-Balancer 500
Q-Balancer 2000

Providing a Better User Experience for Branch Users When Accessing Cloud Applications
MPLS provides a private, reliable, low-latency WAN connection for remote offices and distributed infrastructure. However, MPLS is expensive, often time-consuming to provision with long lead times, and has limitations, including limited bandwidth and flexibility, complex setups and reliance on a single carrier or provider.

The router-centric model employed at branch offices backhauls all internet-bound traffic to headquarters-based security infrastructure consumes the expensive MPLS backhaul bandwidth, and adds latency which negatively impacts the performance for critical applications. A broadband Internet connection delivers higher bandwidth at lower cost and direct access for all cloud applications. However, cloud traffic require different treatment because not all cloud traffic is equal.

>  Local Internet Breakout
By introducing types of WAN transport such as broadband connections into MPLS WAN, Q-Balancer's ability of local internet breakout locally directs internet-bound traffic via broadband WAN to their correct destinations. Rather than backhauling all traffic to the headend, Q-Balancer connects branch networks securely and directly to cloud applications to deliver the highest quality of experience. This can also help save bandwidth resource for enterprise applications. 

Granular Local Internet Breakout

For branch networks that are required to backhaul specific internet-bound applications for traffic filtering and monitoring in accordance with security policy, Q-Balancer can still help enterprises enforce those policies. Local internet breakout eliminates the possible bottlenecks or waste on MPLS backhaul as web and general traffic will be directly sent out via broadband WAN connections rather than MPLS network.

Load Balancing Outbound Traffic for Branch Network Based on Applications.

Top Benefits
>  Consistent and reliable WAN performance for critical applications
>  Cost reduction through introducing low-cost broadband technology

>  Avoid the possible bottleneck and waste on backhaul network
>  Fast and reliable cloud application delivery