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  • SDN tools increase WAN efficiency

    Configuring, maintaining and changing WAN infrastructure can be a nightmare given the distributed nature of the beast and all the remote touch points, but emerging Software Defined Networking (SDN) tools promise to make these operations more efficient.

    Written by Jim Duffy01 Dec. 14 23:05
  • Bauer Media stands alone with new network

    Bauer Media has broken from Nine Entertainment Group shared services with a new stand-alone network from Azzurri Communications.

    Written by Adam Bender24 March 14 16:18
  • Set up your office network for telecommuting

    There comes a time in most businesses when circumstances dictate that one or more users work from home either full- or part-time. In other cases, it may simply be convenient for business owners and employees to be able to use company resources from home or (unfortunately) while on vacation.

    Written by Paul Venezia30 Sept. 11 05:12
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  • The Mandate to Adopt a Software Defined Branch Office

    The primary reason for the popularity of the traditional branch office WAN architecture is that until recently there hadn’t been a fundamentally new WAN technology or architecture introduced into the marketplace since the introduction of MPLS almost twenty years ago. That situation began to change a couple of years ago with the introduction of a new class of WAN solutions that takes a software-centric approach to providing WAN products and services. This new class of solutions is typically referred to as a Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN). The large and growing interest in SD-WANs was discussed in a report by Transparency Market Research. According to that report, the global SD-WAN market will expand at a 51.4% CAGR between 2017 and 2025. Rising at this rate, the market will likely become worth US$34.35 billion by 2025.

  • Schneider Electric transforms it's IT infrastructure

  • The 2015 guide to WAN architecture & design

  • Dynamic path control: The foundation for your Hybrid WAN

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