Network Failover

Stay Connected

Maximize operating time, without down time. Any application requiring a 4G LTE to pick up, where a T1 or other primary circuit left off,  our solutions map-out and detect the issue and initiate the fail-over to LTE, ensuring the application continues to operate seamlessly.

The Challenge

The Internet has become essential for conducting business and communicating with customers, partners and employees.

Network performance, reliability and uptime are essential for running the day-to-day operations of many organizations. Network downtime not only costs money and loss of productivity, it can also adversely affect a company’s reputation among customers and partners.

Many events can cause a network or site to go down, such as natural disasters, security attacks, human errors and infrastructure failures. When evaluating how to avoid network failures, it is important to evaluate the many options available to ensure high-availability, network uptime and optimal network performance. It is also critical to examine solutions that will not only help avoid network failures, but are also affordable and will be operationally cost-effective.

The Objective

So, why is network failover important, and what can we accomplish by implementing it?

For enterprises connecting many locations, coordinate SD-WAN among all locations to provide uninterrupted access to datacenter, Internet and cloud-hosted resources for reliable performance of applications such as VPN, VoIP, VDI, CRM, Office 365 and more

  • Improve network performance and eliminate downtime for business-critical, time-sensitive applications
  • Globally manage WAN resources
  • Establish reliable network connections
  • Ensure inbound and outbound traffic management over best performing WAN link
  • Provide WAN link load balancing for ample bandwidth for critical applications
  • Cost-effectively increase scalability and throughput of WAN connectivity
  • Failover to secondary datacenter if all links at primary datacenter are down

The Solution

Datablaze offers the solution to your network needs, filling the gap between ISP and reliable connectivity

Datablaze meets key network failover objectives with solutions for bandwidth aggregation, load balancing and failover that enable redundant WAN and ISP access and provide both outbound and inbound load balancing and failover to ensure up-time. 

Datablaze products optimize WAN infrastructure as defined by 24/7 availability, high-performance, flexible scalability and secure operations – while streamlining IT costs. They provide reliable access to data centers and remote locations, ensuring business continuity when disaster strikes, or WAN infrastructure is compromised.

When does Network Failover make sense?

Mobile Networks

First Responders

First Responders

Prior to, during, and after an emergency situation, first responders require reliable, constant connections for situational awareness, communication, and more.



From providing passengers with arrival and departure times, to predicting maintenance requirements, transit systems require reliable IoT connections to offer passenger benefits and a safer ride.



Vehicle fleets in today's world require consistent connectivity in order to maintain productivity.

Mobile Command

Mobile Commands

In an emergency situation, natural disaster, or large events, mobile commands are setup for managing these scenarios. Keeping the mobile command connected is key to a successful operation.

Branch Networks

Large Stores

A reliable network connection is vital to the success of large stores. Registers, point-of-sale machines, ATM's, and more, require constant connectivity.

Convenience Stores

In order to offer a quick stop for your snack, drinks, and more, convenience stores require steady connectivity to provide sales and other conveniences.

Temporary Sites

Temporary site, such as construction sites, require the reliable internet connections in order to maintain productivity and safety.

Small Branches

Small branches like banks in the grocery store or fast food in the airport, rely on network connections to their main branch, as well as reliable internet connections for day-to-day transactions.

IoT Networks

Digital Signage


Kiosks, ATM's, Lockers

Industrial Solutions


Field Productivity




Oil & Gas


Plant / Facility


Smart Cities


Construction and Real Estate

Fleet Management