Oracle has announced it is in talks to acquire Talari Networks, provider of Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) technology. The transaction is expected to close this year but the terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The addition of Talari’s technology is expected to complement Oracle Communications’ Session Border Controller (SBC) and network management infrastructure by adding high availability and Quality-of-Experience (QoE) connectivity and cloud application access across any IP network with the reliability and predictability of private networks.
Tyler Garland, part of Talari’s marketing team, wrote a blog post yesterday on the news, he said “Once the transaction closes, we believe the impact to existing and new customers will be tremendous. Our loyal customers can expect to see powerful new network functionality and capabilities at an accelerated pace. And the vast span of Oracle’s brand and reach will extend the Talari solution across the globe. Together, Oracle and Talari plan to accelerate digital transformation and cloud adoption by providing companies with complete enterprise network solutions that deliver reliable real-time communications and performance of mission-critical applications over any network.
This is an exciting market and an amazing time to join Oracle! The SD-WAN-scape is crucial to the ongoing evolution of digital transformation. And, the Talari solution accelerates what is possible by means of its Failsafe SD-WAN technology. Proprietary Failsafe technology enhances the benefits of SD-WAN by adding greater reliability and predictability while maintaining security for site-to-cloud and site-to-site connectivity and application access over any IP network.”
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