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The Teridion Liquid Network is a reliably fast, global WAN-as-a-service solution that dramatically improves enterprise connectivity. The Network features more than 500 global points of presence and 2000+ Liquid Metal Routers that sense and tune for availability, throughput, latency, and jitter parameter optimization. 

The Teridion Liquid Network is built on elastic network architecture and works with 25+ Global Cloud Providers including Amazon, Azure, and Google. It delivers real-time, compliant traffic scaling around the world including inside and outside of China. The Teridion Liquid Network is a perfect partner platform for Telcos, system integrators, managed service providers, and resellers who build and deliver enterprise connectivity solutions.


Teridion Connectivity as a Service offering is designed to provide a transparent transport of IP data.

Born in the cloud, Teridion solution is built from the ground up to be a true cloud native service. It constantly scales and optimize according to various KPIs such as: route optimization, protocols optimization, cloud resources usage and more.

The system is composed of three main elements: Teridion orchestrator, Teridion virtual cloud routers (TCR) and Teridion Agents (TMA). The entire system is designed for the cloud and with possible failures in mind. Numerous self-healing mechanisms automatically detect and resolve failures, no matter where they originated from: network, cloud resources or software. Teridion core is its orchestrator, containing a deep learning driven set of route optimization and protocol acceleration capabilities that bring centralized control and visibility to distributed Internet routing.

The Service is highly open and interoperable with various transport means, supporting standard IPsec/GRE tunnels to onboard the sites and remote users.