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The Next Generation of Network Connectivity

With Software-defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) from Telesystem, businesses can take control of their network by reducing complexity and costs and improving application performance. SD-WAN provides companies increased network visibility, centralized management, application-level insights and the ability to optimize traffic routing. It's like a fast lane for your most important traffic. Additionally, SD-WAN allows branch locations to leverage bandwidth-intensive applications that were previously only available to larger offices, while multiple layers of security protect against Internet and branch cyber threats.


Deploying SD-WAN offers many benefits to meet network demands including:

  • More transport options: What if there were multiple alternative routes available to drivers caught in a hypothetical network traffic jam? SD-WAN delivers such a benefit to applications on your network, through its support for commodity broadband, cellular (e.g., 4G LTE) connectivity and dedicated internet access, in addition to MPLS. You're no longer limited to just your MPLS links.
  • Automated decision making: Like Waze or Google Maps, an SD-WAN controller is always searching for the best possible routes. It might send traffic down a public or private connection depending on the current state of the network. The underlying transport does not matter as much as the path quality for your most demanding apps.
  • Enhanced security: With many everyday services moving to the cloud, it's important to have peace of mind that their workloads are as safe as possible from interception and data leakage. SD-WAN solutions provide encryption alongside various security integrations that protect cloud-bound traffic.
  • Centralized network visibility and management: SD-WAN is essentially a software layer that automates the configuration of all edge routers. As such, it offers comprehensive insight into network conditions and enables quick, easy configuration as requirements evolve. Management is more streamlined compared to the lengthier, more ad hoc processes associated with MPLS-only WANs.


How it Works

Software-defined wide area networking adds a layer of software on top of the existing network to automate the configuration of edge routers and direct traffic over a mix of private, wireless and broadband network access. This solution allows administrators to set up dynamic policies that direct traffic over the best path available based upon application priority. If a business experiences a high-traffic situation, SD-WAN offers a real-time network solution and better-customized management of traffic across the network.



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