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SD-WAN

A wide area network (WAN) might be used to connect branch office to a central corporate network, or to connect data centers separated by distance.  In the past, these WAN connections often used technology that required special proprietary hardware.  The SD-WAN movement seeks to move more o f the network control to the “cloud”, using a software approach – hence “Software Defined Wide Area Network”

SD-WAN offers compelling advantages for distributed organizations with critical branch operations, including the benefits of business agility, improved application performance, and lower cost of bandwidth

SD-WAN can also be used in a single location environment, allowing the business to enjoy the enhanced control, and bandwidth utilization optimization, allowing the prioritization of mission-critical applications over lower priority applications.

 

    Traditional Wide Area Network

    Branch office - traditional router- MPLS / Private Link

    Typical SD-WAN Connection

    Branch Office - SD-WAN Router - Internet Link #1, Internet Link #2, Internet Link #3

    Typical Client Challenges

    • Cost Reduction
    • High Bandwidth
    • Network Flexibility
    • Centralized Management

     

    Typical Client Conversations

    • Cloud Adoption
    • Management Simplification
    • Network Redesign
    • Additional Redundancy

     

    SD-WAN Content

    Vern Fonk SD-WAN Case study by Telarus

    Insurance agency Vern Fonk implemented Hosted VoIP and Virtual Desktops for the offices they acquired. SD-WAN made it all work as expected.

    SD-WAN Providers in Telemitra Portfolio

    • SD-WAN
    • SD-WAN Specialized