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Building a new SD-WAN? Tips for future-proofing your network

04 Apr 17

The new generation of High-Performance SD-WANs have arrived, and they’re right on your doorstep.

If your company is looking for a way to improve WAN functionality and service levels while lowering costs, then you don’t have far to go.

Almost all of today’s SD-WAN solutions support dynamic path selection from multiple WAN services including MPLS and broadband Internet, centralised provisioning to increase IT efficiency and zero-touch provisioning to enable rapid deployment.

Although, not all SD-WANs are created equal. As new applications emerge, whether hosted on-premise or in the cloud, demands on WAN throughput, efficiency, and reliability increase.

Performance-driven SD-WANs are significantly improving application performance and Quality of Service (QoS) compared to other SD-WAN offerings.

This makes it even easier for enterprises to justify adopting SD-WAN solutions.

If you are looking for the ability to intelligently optimise the WAN based on specific application QoS demands, link quality, availability, or throughput levels – then Silver Peak’s white paper is for you.  

What you’ll gain from this report:

  • Tips to future-proofing your network
  • Tools to effectively enhance SD-WAN performance
  • Knowledge to increase routing intelligence 
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