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Teq Announces Exclusive Partnership With Cloudgenix

Teq today announced an exclusive partnership with CloudGenix to provide its SD-WAN solution to school districts nationwide.
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Teq today announced an exclusive partnership with CloudGenix to provide its SD-WAN solution to school districts nationwide. 

CloudGenix routes application data to improve network performance. In addition, district IT leaders can prioritize traffic for critical applications. They can also see, at the device level, if there are applications utilizing too much bandwidth. 

CloudGenix can move district networking from an “active/backup” environment to an “active/active” environment – utilizing all of the lines a district has to improve performance. Traditionally, backup lines are costly and rarely used. With CloudGenix, districts can make use of the bandwidth, or eliminate a backup line in favor of less expensive connectivity options. 

Free trials of CloudGenix SD-WAN are currently available from Teq. K-12 districts can register their interest in a free trial by going to http://www.teq.com/cloudgenixtrial

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Teq Announces Exclusive Partnership with CloudGenix to Deliver its SD-WAN Solution to Schools

Teq today announced a partnership with CloudGenix to provides its SD-WAN solution to school districts nationwide.  With CloudGenix, districts can improve network performance, gain insight into the applications running on their networks, while lowering their capital and operational expenses.  It helps meet the need for affordable, high speed network connections in schools.  According to a recent CoSN 2015 survey, 19% of responding schools are paying more than $50/Mbps or more per month for their Internet connection, and 18% pay the same high rate for their WAN connection. And, more than 68% of school systems do not have sufficient Internet bandwidth for the present and the coming 18 months.