SD WAN

The Software-Defined Wide-Area Network (SD-WAN) is a virtual WAN architecture applied to network transport such as MPLS, internet, broadband, and 4G/LTE. The application connects enterprise networks – including branch offices and Data Centers spread over large geographical distances. SD-WAN network enables remote users to securely connect to Cloud based applications, resulting in an enhanced end-user experience. It is a transformational approach to design enterprise WANs to simplify deployment and management of the network

The SD-WAN technology automatically distributes network traffic across wide area networks utilizing centralized control function. The software defines the most effective way to route traffic within branch offices and Data Centers.

  • Intelligent routing –
  • Faster troubleshooting
  • Zero-touch provisioning
  • Maximizing existing networks
  • Application visibility
  • Security
  • Network management
  • Performance improvement

Managed SD-WAN Benefits

  • Agility: Carrier-agnostic architecture with multi-transport support, centralized control and monitoring
  • Application-centric: Application based routing and policies with real time enforcement of application SLAs
  • Performance awareness: Consolidates multi-provider WAN for quality assessment, bandwidth augmentation and TCP optimization
  • Software-based: Software platforms enabling physical/virtual CPE, zero-touch provisioning, centralized configuration and agility for operations with analytics
  • Standardized policies: Provides standardized policy deployment across all locations of the organization with centralized policy management, fully managed SD-WAN solution and transitions the existing WAN into highly available and reliable network architecture, leveraging our SD-WAN platform to optimize network performance.
  • Operational support: 24×7 direct access to our highly skilled Global Network Operations Center (GNOC) engineers and our own nation-wide network of Field Engineers.
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