Ecessa CEO Mike Siegler shares observations from two recent industry events, along with four key takeaways about SD-WAN technology, and what it is best suited for.
SD-WAN is rapidly becoming mainstream. It is giving enterprises a whole new way to look at connectivity, free from the limitations of a single provider with less than optimal service offerings. The keys to success with SD-WAN? Advanced planning and a deliberate, phased deployment.
SD-WAN vendors have developed several distinct technical approaches to improving network performance. We provide an overview of virtual, cloud-based and premise-based SD-WAN solutions.
What does “zero touch” get you in terms of an SD-WAN deployment? Probably less than you want. Ecessa’s approach guarantees optimal performance with as much “touch” as your network needs.
Nobody likes to hear, “You’re grounded.” Especially not airlines. Read how Trans States Airlines worked with Clarus Communications to implement SD-WAN for automatic failover and other flexible WAN features.
Global growth equity investment firm gains 98% improvement in packet loss, avoids network outages with Ecessa SD-WAN Technology.
Don’t fear broadband – tame it with SD-WAN. Software-defined wide area networking allows agents to feed their clients’ appetites for higher bandwidth at a lower cost, with continuous uptime.
Whenever I see new marketing posts from the ever-growing list of SD-WAN technology companies knocking MPLS, I think of the Cheers episode where the French guy Henri teases Woody that he is going to steal his girlfriend Kelly.
It will only take you a few minutes to read, but it’ll tell you a lot about how much you can improve your network. New SD-WAN Technology Report graphs network performance data.
Recently, we came across a great post, Hybrid WAN or SD-WAN, on NetCraftsmen. As the article’s author, Peter Welcher, explains there are a number of new offerings in the space. “As witnessed at Network Field Day 9, there is a hotbed of innovation occurring right now in the Hybrid WAN or SD-WAN space. I’m still […]