Global Data Transport
Tervela was founded in 2004, at the beginning of a massive transformation in the way businesses built and operated high-performance distributed applications. A typical company with data centers in New York, London, and Singapore would operate these facilities separately, connected only by decade-old middleware and messaging solutions.
But growing from the demands of financial services firms and soon many other industries, people realized that what they really needed were data center networks without geographical borders – presenting a world-wide fabric of data access and data services that would enable them to build and deploy new applications quickly to address fast-emerging business opportunities.
The Most Demanding Applications in the World
Tervela’s Data Fabric is the fastest, most reliable way for global businesses to transport data quickly and reliably around the world. Our hardware appliances and software-based virtual appliances overlay on top of your existing data center infrastructure and cloud services, creating a service-rich fabric for quickly building mission-critical distributed applications.
Some of the world’s most demanding applications rely on Tervela to support an application infrastructures that are:
- Distributed across regions and throughout the globe
- Active with real-time, dynamic information
- Supporting mission-critical business functions
- Dependent on rapid collection, dissemination, and processing of massive amounts of data
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