The logical next step was to build a global network controlled by Mode HALO, leveraging its inherent efficiencies to offer SLA-backed reliability at a business-internet price point. Legacy routers are not designed for dynamic control algorithms, so Mode has designed a virtual, carrier-grade router that can be dynamically provisioned, modified, and controlled the Mode Router.
Mode has leveraged architectural innovations that guarantee high availability and multi-tenancy via the Mode Router. Mode has additionally developed techniques to combine these individual virtual routers into larger routers which can scale to match any demand.
Mode acts as a global overlay implemented over carrier-grade networks like Microsoft Azure and Ericsson UDN an edge compute network formed in partnership with over 100 service providers worldwide. Ericsson selected Mode to cooperatively redefine the limits of network performance and reliability.
Mode Core is the combination of the Mode overlay and these performance-first underlays. Mode and its partners have created an autonomous global network with multiples of throughput performance, and the near elimination of latency variance. Mode Core is the world’s highest-performing SD-CORE.