SALT LAKE CITY, UT and WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - Jan 23, 2013) -  FatPipe announced that it provided the network redundancy and reliability for data communications during the 2013 Presidential Inauguration Committee. FatPipe provided failproof data communications for a planned one million devices for the Inauguration. FatPipe, working with its data network partner, ensured that the entire network was highly resilient and no part of the data communications of the Committee was vulnerable. Employees of FatPipe ensured that the devices were up and running within the very short window of a few hours to set up the resilient system. "The effort paid off. We are honored that FatPipe could play a part in ensuring that the Inauguration of President Obama was a success," said CEO-Ragula Bhaskar, PhD.

"We are delighted to deploy FatPipe for our wide area network redundancy to ensure that communications during the Presidential Inauguration goes smoothly," said Andrew Binns, Chief Information Officer, the Presidential Inaugural Committee 2013.

About FatPipe Networks

FatPipe Networks™, the inventor and multiple patents (9) holder of Wide Area Network (WAN) redundancy, security, and optimization products, specializes in providing solutions that transcend Internet and other Wide Area Network (WAN) failures to maintain business continuity. FatPipe products aggregate multiple data lines of any speed and combination from multiple ISPs to achieve the highest level of Internet/WAN resiliency and redundancy. FatPipe automatically, intelligently and seamlessly fails over lines and sessions when ISPs, physical lines or components unexpectedly fail, without BGP. FatPipe also increases bandwidth for end users by aggregating multiple lines of similar or disparate speeds, as well as higher levels of security with its patented SmartDNS and MPSec technologies.

FatPipe is also the only company that provides multiline WAN Optimization, including dynamic IP addressing schemes, which increases effective bandwidth 4-10 times by accelerating traffic over multiple lines using compression, caching, Quality of Service (QoS), and de-duplication techniques.

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