RabbitRun Technologies has announced a partnership with the University of Ottawa to offer advanced internet connectivity to small businesses with the support of AI and machine learning.
Hybrid working has cemented itself into modern work culture as a result of the pandemic, and smaller companies with limited resources are struggling to meet the technological demands that remote working requires. As a result, RabbitRun joined uOttawa’s Faculty of Engineer to provide SOHO networks (Small-Office and Home-Office) with comparable connectivity to the most advanced services in the tech market.
“Our product is designed to provide the same reliability enterprises demand from their corporate office networks to the rapidly expanding SOHO market,” said Eric Hernaez, CEO of RabbitRun Technologies. “This innovative partnership promises to discover new ways to further enhance our customers’ SOHO network performance.”
To bring this high level connectivity to customers, RabbitRun and uOttawa are taking advantage of SD-WAN to deliver advanced AI support. Using machine intelligence, the partners believe that a stronger network can be created that significantly reduces cybersecurity threats, network outages, and lag from high volumes of connected users.
“We look forward to working with Dr. Sabetzadeh, Dr. Nejati and their team at the University of Ottawa on this exciting partnership” said Pat Saavedra, Founder & CTO of RabbitRun Technologies. “This partnership will help pave the way for introducing AI-enabled decision making and versatility into the Metadata Traffic Controller Technology that powers our SOHO SD-WAN networking products.”
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Edited by Luke Bellos