SD-WAN

Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is a technology to distribute network traffic across wide area networks (WAN) that uses software-defined networking (SDN) concepts to automatically determine the most effective way to route traffic to and from branch offices and data center sites.. See complete definition.

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  • hybrid WAN

    A hybrid WAN is a wide area network that sends traffic over two or more connection types. Hybrid WANs permit dynamic traffic engineering across both private and public domains, using a variety of connectivity options to make the best use of network ... Continue Reading

  • Existing and emerging SD-WAN service models explained

    Two main SD-WAN service models exist for users to choose from, but more could be on the way due to regulatory and industry development efforts. Find out what works for you. Continue Reading

  • What are the advantages of SD-WAN adoption?

    How can your organization take advantage of SD-WAN? Networking expert Lee Doyle explains how SD-WAN adoption can transform your WAN, and why you should consider making the switch. Continue Reading

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