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Multapplied SD-WAN Overview
What This All Means For Your Business
Maximize your Return on Investment and profits while riding over top of the internet for your backbone and providing always-on connectivity between sites across the globe.
SD-WAN gives you the competitive edge you need. It allows you to control the service, manage the delivery, and use it to build your brand.
Support customers with global operations, while reducing your number of support tickets; See higher customer acquisition and retention rates. Our SD-WAN technology gives Service Providers the ability to create customer networks that can be managed from a single-pane-of-glass – so you can react to customer requests in seconds and eliminate the need to roll trucks.
Some Use Cases
Managed Service Providers (MSP)
An MSP’s biggest customer (Customer X) complains that the services they’re being provided are not of reliable quality. Their executives and staff are complaining of dropped calls, video jitter, and problems with spam and a variety of other security challenges. Customer X is unimpressed and is considering ending the business relationship.
SD-WAN will enable you, the MSP, to deliver end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) to your customers. With QoS, you can prioritize bandwidth allocation to the applications that matter to customer X the most. Allocate a majority of the bandwidth to their Unified Communications so that slackers watching YouTube videos aren’t hogging the bandwidth. SD-WAN will allow you to maximize the performance of the applications you manage and deliver to your customers.
Internet Service Providers (ISP)
An ISP owns the fibre infrastructure in City A. The ISP wants to launch services in City B but is not able to do so without a Multapplied wholesale agreement and monthly minimum with the company that owns fiber in City B.
SD-WAN enables ISPs to bring off-net customers on-net – SD-WANs can operate over Internet access connections, enabling off-net sites to be quickly added to the SD-WAN without establishing interconnect agreements with off-net access provider. This enables the ISP to provide service to a diverse range of customers. The ISP can use SD-WAN to merge voice, data and video applications into a complete solution while helping businesses optimize bandwidth by prioritizing traffic. SD-WAN allows the internet to be managed.