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Next Generation Intelligent WAN
Aligning application requirements to the network and enjoy lower costs and network agility leveraged by SD-WAN technologies and gaining these benefits:
- Improved Network Reliability
- Improved Bandwidth Economics - Transform inexpensive broadband Internet into an enterprise grade secure WAN without a datacenter headend, while improving the performance of your existing WAN
- Better Performance – The prioritization of your applications to ensure the best optimal path and performance for applications
- Flexibility and Scalability – use as a standalone service or as an overlay to an existing MPLS connection or WAN environment. Control bandwidth allocation and scale bandwidth up or down quickly.
- Security – Encrypted connectivity secures traffic in transit across any transport
- Ease of Implementation and Management - SD-WAN solution provides better control over applications and network performance through adjusting, optimizing and automating multiple WAN connections through a single interface without the complexity of routing protocols or configurations.
- Instant Deployment – Use 4G/LTE for instant deployment of new branch offices
- Network Agility
How does SD-WAN work?
In simple terms, SD-WAN controllers create an encrypted overlay tunnel architecture on top of the existing WAN transport infrastructure that provides a better financial performance, and in many cases, allows you to eliminate the need for costly MPLS networks.
In addition, SD-WAN solution provides better control over applications and network performance through adjusting, optimizing and automating multiple WAN connections through a single interface without the complexity of routing protocols or configurations.
The Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is a specific application of Software Defined Networking (SDN) technology applied to wide area network connections. Software defined networking (SDN) is an approach to using open protocols that gives access to the forwarding plane of a network switch or router over the network to apply globally aware software control at the edges of the network to access network switches and routers that typically would use closed and proprietary firmware.