5 Benefits Your SD-WAN Solution Should Provide

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Empowers IT to Say 'No' to Escalating Network Costs

Businesses are tired of the "MPLS treadmill" – having to buy more expensive MPLS to meet growing bandwidth needs while back-up links sit idle. With a comprehensive SD-WAN, there's no need to overspend. Secondary WAN links that were previously underutilized can now be used full time. Network architects can deploy the most cost-effective bandwidth available without sacrificing reliability.

The technology that underpins SD-WANs – i.e., the software that makes proactive decisions about which network links to send traffic to and more – is becoming a network staple for organizations that want a superior experience. Enterprises and service providers have been searching for ways to lower their WAN costs, improve the performance of mission-critical applications, and adapt to the spread of cloud computing for years now. As a result of the fast-paced flow of business, the high demands of both customers and end users alike and the need for IT to do more with less, SD-WANs are poised for continued growth.

So as businesses begin to explore the possibility of SD-WAN technology, what they need to understand is that not all SD-WAN solutions are created equal and the more comprehensive the SD-WAN solution is the better. In this slideshow Kevin Gavin, CMO, Talari, has identified five key offerings and benefits you should consider when exploring an SD-WAN solution.


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