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SDWAN

Next-generation connectivity that will innovate your business

SDWAN Defined:
 

Software-Defined - Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is a combination of technologies designed to offer a simpler approach to the WAN. It’s being driven largely by the decreasing cost of bandwidth and the increase in cloud applications that reside outside of the legacy data center. SD-WAN can be deployed over existing WAN connections, whether they are Internet (DIA, broadband, LTE) or private (MPLS, private line),  in order to create a secure, private, fully meshed network.   It offers simplified management, quicker turnup, better application performance, improved resiliency, and cost savings when compared to traditional approaches.   MR2 curated a portfolio of SD-WAN providers that include all of the market-leading providers that provide the following SDWAN solutions:

WHY CONSIDER IT?

  • Cost savings vs expensive private networks

  • Decreasing the cost of Internet bandwidth

  • Improved performance for cloud applications

  • Increased resiliency and uptime across the entire network

  • Simplified network management, especially at branch sites

  • Drastically shorter time to deploy new locations

What Is SDWAN?

1 . Appliance (technology) based SDWAN solutions

2 . Cloud-based SDWAN solutions

3 . Carrier-bundled SDWAN

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