The SD-WAN Technology Boom is here to stay. It’s a new networking protocol and a next generation data network designed to support voice, video, and Internet data over low cost Wide Area Networks (WANs). It can enable companies and governments to converge on massive networks of WANs without laying fiber or cable and instead using Wide Area Network (WANs) of various sizes connected to each other via copper wiring. The benefits include portability, scalability, centralization, security, and additional features such as auto discovery, site surveys, and BSR of various service providers. This talk will explore how this technology can enable companies in various industries to reduce costs, lower losses, and improve productivity.
Broadband over Copper (BCoE) has been around for quite a while and is becoming more commonplace as time goes by. It is used in residential homes and in many local businesses but is not mobile enough to take advantage of the mobile revolution. The WAN is capable of connecting and supporting multiple data services such as voice, image, and video. The technology has now been revolutionized with the advent of SD-WAN.
An individual WAN can support hundreds of connections at the same time. However, the overhead associated with managing those connections is extremely high. A company needs a reliable data networking system that reduces unnecessary traffic. It must be able to handle heavy data packets and route them appropriately through the network. It must also be able to provide guaranteed quality of service (QoS) for both the customer and the provider end of the network.
The solution to these requirements is the SD-WAN or small business network. The small business network can be used for voice and image data as well as for various kinds of remote data transfers. The SD-WAN is able to provide guaranteed top quality of service since it reduces unnecessary traffic and ensures reliable data transfer. The system provides fast connectivity and optimal resource utilization. All these advantages are provided by a router using SD-WAN technology.
The SD-WAN can be considered as an alternative to the traditional packet switch technology. The traditional packet switch network uses a large number of small transceivers to transmit data packets. The SD-WAN uses single large transceivers to accommodate hundreds of voice and data channels. With the help of this high bandwidth technology, a great volume of data can be transmitted. The high bandwidth enables large amounts of data packets to be processed quickly, which helps reduce the delay that is related with data transfer.
The SD-WAN technology has brought with it a lot of promises. The technology is said to bring significant improvements in the present day network systems. The promises include reducing costs and increasing return on investment (ROI). The boom in demand for wireless services is expected to increase the speed at which businesses can get their jobs done and make them more productive.
One of the major benefits of using the SD-WAN over the traditional wired Ethernet models is the possibility of remote monitoring. With this feature, one can easily determine what is happening across the networks. The monitoring can be done both at the local or the remote offices. Many companies today are already benefiting from this benefit and have started using it in order to track their employees’ activities. The other benefits that one can get from remote monitoring is the ability to troubleshoot any issues that may arise in the networks.
With the popularity of the SD-WAN technology boom, many service providers are already offering different solutions to their clients. With the fast evolution of technology, it is important for service providers to keep up with the developments and boost their productivity. The SD-WAN will surely help them do just that. As long as the SD-WAN remains the leader in the market, they can surely ride the wave of competition and emerge as the most trusted provider for their clients.