Changing the Networking Paradigm Forever

Standard approaches to networking all have one crucial flaw in common: they all use a single path to transfer application data. To avoid this single point of compromise and congestion, the Dispersive™ Virtual Network does things differently.

Faster

Dispersive™ Virtual Networks show up to 10X improvement* by sending data over multiple independent channels and rolling away from congested pathways.

*When compared to a VPN IPsec tunnel with real network conditions

More Secure

Path selection changes continuously and encryption varies during sessions. So, it’s virtually impossible for attackers to know which routes you are using or how to reassemble your communications.

More Reliable

Dispersive™ Virtual Networks continuously monitor the health and performance of every path so it can roll traffic to new paths to bypass bottlenecks and avoid link failures.

Faster

Dispersive™ Virtual Networks show up to 10X improvement* by sending data over multiple independent channels and rolling away from congested pathways.

*When compared to a VPN IPsec tunnel with real network conditions

More Secure

Path selection changes continuously and encryption varies during sessions. So, it’s virtually impossible for attackers to know which routes you are using or how to reassemble your communications.

More Reliable

Dispersive™ Virtual Networks continuously monitor the health and performance of every path so it can roll traffic to new paths to bypass bottlenecks and avoid link failures.

“Bammai was in search of a virtual networking product that could surpass SD WAN and SASE. Dispersive’s DVN solution has met that need and is truly the simplest solution to some of our most complex networking and security challenges. We are proud to join forces with the Dispersive team to offer this technology to the enterprise market.”

– Brian Isaac, Co-founder, Bammai, Inc.

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