[Article] Leaving the Traditional Network WANosaurus Behind with SD-WAN

August 1, 2017

Let's get this straight. There's a reason dinosaurs are extinct. Scientists don't all agree why, but the fact remains; they ruled for a long time, and now they're gone. IT people can relate to this, since tech works in a similar, but more accelerated, cyclical fashion. In fact, it's happening now in enterprise networking, with SD-WAN. After a 15 year hiatus, during which MPLS ruled the Earth, a new cycle of network innovation is dawning. The days of the traditional WANosaurus – networks designed for a different kind of enterprise computing environment – are numbered. The era of agile, reliable, cost effective SD-WAN is here. -- Read More »

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