SD - WAN - VPN

Enterprise leaders are looking for solutions to operate portions of the network as a whole, from a single control point, and not device by device.
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Organizations operating in multiple geographic locations require employees, clients, and vendors to function efficiently in a single reliable network.  Wide area networks  (WANs) empower remote stakeholders to communicate and collaborate securely under one network as if located within the same four walls.

The introduction of cheap bandwidth has significantly changed WAN technology.  MPLS, VPLS, Broadband, FTTC, xDSL, fiber, copper EFM, 3G or 4G, and point-to-point:  All serve a specific purpose for organizations today, and each has strengths and weaknesses based upon an organization’s geographic and IT infrastructure. 

  • Simplification of operations

  • Best overall value and functionality

  • Agility and speed when adding locations

  • Redundancy, scalability and fault tolerance

  • Quality of experience for critical applications

  • Dynamic bandwidth

  • Cost-effective upgrades

  • Support whenever you need it

  • Application acceleration and optimization

  • Connectivity to other cloud-based solutions

Modern enterprise network began with data centers, headquarters connecting to branch offices and traditionally using some type of WAN connectivity like MPLS. But the network has evolved and the demand for the networks have changed with more enterprises moving their applications to cloud says David Nuti, Aryaka’s VP of Sales for America.
 

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