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Delivering Unbreakable Connectivity.


Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a revolutionary way to simplify the approach to configuring enterprise networks by using virtualized WANs managed by a single management unit.

Unlike traditional WANs, SD-WAN offers greater network flexibility, greater reliability and significant cost savings.


SD-WAN is the virtualization of the WAN

In the same way that server virtualization uncouples the physical hardware from the logical virtual servers running on it, WAN virtualization is one in which a logical WAN connection (to the Internet or between branches) can simultaneously use multiple underlying connectivity technologies. (such as xDSL, MPLS, cellular and fiber) presenting itself to users and applications as a single secure connection both direct to the Internet and between different corporate offices.

SD-WAN is smart

An SD-WAN network can monitor the status and quality of connections used by the WAN and use this information to intelligently manage traffic.

Once an SD WAN device has been configured, all traffic is automatically managed by the software according to the rules previously set on the device and without the need for any interaction with an operator.

SD-WAN is centrally managed and monitored

Branch offices can be centrally provisioned, monitored and managed using an SD-WAN controller which allows network administrators to have full control of remote devices using a single interface.

Complex VPN configurations can be automatically created and deployed that securely connect thousands of branch offices (using any connectivity available at each location), with centralized monitoring and notifications that provide a real-time view of the health of the WAN and global availability of the branches.

SD-WAN is a secure VPN

Using an encrypted VPN, branch offices gain secure access to both the local network and cloud resources. SD-WAN connects branch offices more effectively and cost-effectively by combining the bandwidth of multiple connections into a single logical WAN (VPN) connection.

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