Check out our infographic that shows the differences between a traditional network and one that is enhanced using SD-WAN.

The SD-WAN manages the network, including IP addressing, routing, prioritization and other network characteristics end-to-end. Multiple circuits and Encryption provide additional security to centralized and/or on-premise Firewalls. SD-WAN can use the commercial broadband Internet or in a hybrid deployment, use fiber and Internet. In either case, the SD-WAN provider has visibility and control over all circuits. White-box, containerized SD-WAN endpoints can be at customer premises or in Cloud or Colo facilities, integrating all endpoints into a single managed network.

The key is that SD-WAN provides flexibility and centralized management. The results are improved reliability, security, and performance.

traditional v. SD-WAN

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