Traditional WAN designs are expensive, complex, and lack cloud application performance. Software-Defined WAN is transforming traditional MPLS-based networks into architectures that deliver performance, simplicity, and optimal access to on-premise applications and cloud services.
In the 90s, we had a surge in label switched shared wide-area technologies such as Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS). MPLS rocked the boat and actually succeeded over the existing wide-area-networking (WAN) technologies such as frame-relay and ATM. There is no doubt
Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is one of the most disruptive technologies to come to the fore and is impacting MPLS providers’ revenues. Many MPLS incumbents find themselves without an SD-WAN offering because they simply don’t have the ability to
Binesh George, CEO of Redvine Networks In 2020, carrier agnostic SD-WAN will become more mainstream. CIOs will need to give thought to whether they can afford to remain on traditional MPLS networks, or join the others. SD-WAN already provides