Tag: WAN Virtualization

Going Above and Beyond Link Bonding and Failover Into SD-WAN Features

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… Read more »

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WAN Virtualization Demonstration – What We Mean by “Never Down”

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System Architect Rick Berens presents a demonstration of WANworX WAN Virtualiztion recorded live in the Ecessa test lab. Voice (VoIP), video conference and file transfer data being routed to remote wide area network locations over three different communication links (MPLS, cable and DSL) continue uninterrupted even when 2 of the links are dramatically cut.

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Busted WAN Optimization Myths & The Truth About Optimizing Your Network

Network performance can be a troubling and mysterious burden placed on the shoulders of IT administrators. When seeking information, there are conflicting reports about what is and isn’t necessary for optimal performance.

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WAN Virtualization Benefits for VDI Webinar

WAN virtualization for VDI and VMware

Ecessa Field Application Engineer John Addington explores the importance and benefits of WAN Virtualization, specifically in a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environment in this recorded webinar.

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EGAN Deploys Virtual Desktop Infrastructure to Eliminate Network Outages & Support Growth

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EGAN Company struggled with reliable network access for distributed employees. With Ecessa, EGAN confidently connects employees via virtual desktop infrastructure and enjoys Never Down network reliability.

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Woodstream Experiences Never Down Networks at All Locations – Always

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Creating a virtualized WAN with Ecessa enables Woodstream’s network traffic to flow over all available communication links. If a line goes down, traffic is automatically routed to the remaining good links. “With WANworX in place, we’ve never had a problem, we’ve never gone down. Ever.”

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