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Snapt, a Quick Rundown

Snapt’s software-based application delivery controller (ADC) solutions power fast, secure delivery of business-critical applications anytime, anywhere, on any device, platform or cloud-based infrastructure.

Snapt is a disruptive, software-based application delivery networking company with it's global headquarters in Palo Alto, CA.

It's clients include NASA, MTV, Target and many more, and it has enjoyed a 500% annual growth rate in 2017; achieving 1,000% growth in 2018 so far.

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Presence

Snapt has over 10,000 clients in over 60 countries around the world.

We have offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa, and Atlanta and San Francisco in America.

Overview

Snapt’s software-based application delivery controller (ADC) solutions power fast, secure delivery of business-critical applications anytime, anywhere, on any device, platform or cloud-based infrastructure.

The company’s suite of load balancing and web accelerator solutions outperform and out-feature industry competitors – at 1/10th of the price!

Our Mission

We realized the application delivery software solutions out there were not good enough. So we decided to build the best ADC yet.

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Performance, uptime and security

Snapt is an ADC or Application Delivery Controller, competiting with the likes of F5, KEMP, and A10. An ADC is a product comprising of a Load Balancer, Web Accelerator and Application Firewall, and is designed to keep web apps and services online, performing quickly, and safe from threats.

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A trusted partner to the best

Working with the best and brightest clients ensures Snapt stays ahead.

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