SD-WAN offers enterprises high degree of flexibility for WAN load balancing, optimization and visibility. SD-WAN consolidates multiple networking functions into a single software-defined vCPE platform which virtualizes all the network functions with enhanced service agility, security and QoS (Quality of Service).



Business continuity is the ability to maintain core business functions without downtime during disruptive events. While it involves many components across all business functions, contingency planning for network infrastructure is of the upmost importance as having no functioning enterprise networks means no essential connectivities for business-critical services such as cloud storage, digital payment systems, CDPs, CRMs, SaaS applications, and VoIP.

In the modern era, law enforcement agencies are faced with the challenge of managing and optimizing diverse technologies to ensure seamless communication, data transfer, and real-time video streaming. The implementation of Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) in police force operations presents a transformative solution to address these challenges, promoting efficiency, agility, and enhanced decision-making capabilities.

In today’s digital age, businesses across various industries rely on a robust and secure network infrastructure to streamline operations, enhance customer experiences and ensure data privacy. One such industry is the pharmacy store chain, where efficient communication, real-time inventory management, and secure data transfer are vital for seamless operations. To address these challenges, implementing a Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solution offers numerous benefits that can revolutionize the way large-scale drugstore chains operate.

Along with other industries, the maritime industry is rapidly evolving and the latest technologies are revolutionizing the way cruise ships and yachts operate. Current maritime internet at sea maybe expensive and slow, while cruise ships have generally gotten a bad reputation for offering travelers slow and expensive Wi-Fi on board. However, the maritime industry's appetite for data bandwidth is growing and there are some advantages, but also some drawbacks to consider for satellite-based maritime internet.

Multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) is a solid networking technology that has powered enterprise networks for over two decades, connecting remote branch offices that require access to data or applications inhabited in the organization’s data center or headquarters. MPLS held many benefits over IP routing, however, it also became a challenge as the process consumes time and hardware resources, which results in degraded performance, especially for real-time applications. This challenge was further exacerbated during COVID times, which has significantly increased online usage and transactions.

The pinnacle of commercial recreation on the high seas comes in the form of large cruise ships that accommodate thousands of passengers and crew, essentially a small city in the middle of the ocean. In the world of cruise ships, delivering a quality user experience and safety for cruise passengers and crew is of utmost importance. There is a multitude of ways in which software-defined networking (SDN) and SD-WAN can enhance the networking capability of those operating out to sea.

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