We enable organizations to keep their network running – at all times – with secure remote access to connected devices, independent of the production network. The Network Resilience Platform is there on the First Day, Worst Day and Every Day.

Opengear ensures network resilience to enterprises by enabling business continuity with the Network Resilience Platform. Over the past two decades, we have led the evolution from simple terminal servers to complex console servers with the development of centralized management software, embedded 4G-LTE cellular access and advanced automation capabilities.

Organizations have the ability to securely manage their critical network components, from anywhere – something that’s become a necessity as large amounts of compute have moved from data centers to edge locations.

Customers expect the same level of service whether from a core compute location or a local POP; the cloud may be just a concept to them, but it’s a reality for you. Opengear allows engineers to manage, monitor and remediate the network even during an outage or when the production network is too congested to respond. 

The Network Resilience Platform provides an independent management network, giving secure access to provision, configure and troubleshoot critical IT infrastructure without sending someone on-site – minimizing downtime, protecting SLAs, and reducing costs.

Future-focused, customer-driven and purpose-built, Opengear solutions combine Smart Out of Band management, Failover to Cellular and automation into a single unit, using open architecture tools.

Digi International acquired Opengear in 2019, bringing together two companies with a deep commitment to providing the best products, software and services that meet the demands of mission-critical networks. Both companies will continue to build and support strong customer relationships.

Network Resilience

The ability to provide and maintain an acceptable level of service in the face of faults and challenges to normal operation.1

1. JP Sterbenz et al “Resilience and survivability in communication networks”, ComNet Journal 2010