The era of the software-defined WAN - Technology Decisions - 22 Dec 2016

After making a splash in the data centre, software-defined networking (SDN) is now becoming increasingly relevant for the enterprise WAN, with analysts saying the software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) has the potential to reduce capital and operational expenditure, hasten network provisioning and increase network availability.

In their recent paper, ‘Cloud and Drive for WAN Efficiencies Power Move to SD-WAN’, IDC analysts Brad Casemore, Rohit Mehra and Nav Chander discussed how SD-WAN can help organisations meet the network requirements of their branches and remote sites.

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