What is SD-WAN?

Today’s businesses rely on connectivity. Organizations are growing more reliant on advanced distributed networks and new network topologies are emerging, to accommodate the accelerating adoption of software as a service and cloud solutions. It is increasingly critical to ensure predictable application performance and reliability, along with secure, uninterrupted connectivity at all locations.

Software-Defined Wide-Area-Networks (SD-WAN) is an increasingly popular and cost-effective alternative to dedicated network connections and MPLS infrastructures. SD-WAN significantly increases WAN network reliability, agility, and performance by using and aggregating multiple active, load-sharing connections of any type (Broadband/cable, MPLS, 3G/4G). Advanced data caching, traffic compression, and other WAN optimization capabilities leverage the available bandwidth. This lets you ensure that there is always enough bandwidth for business-critical applications, by automatically making dynamic, on-the-fly adjustments to QoS and application usage policies depending on real-time bandwidth and latency measurements.

Neural-networks

Performance

Distributed network optimization solution that can scale across any number of locations and applications. In addition to security and application functions, the firewall regulates traffic flows and provides SD-WAN features to economically route traffic across the extended network while improving performance.

Quick Setup

Zero Touch Deployment

Remote personnel without IT expertise can plug in the appliance, and it will automatically connect to Control Center, download and install its configuration file, and deploy itself onto the network.

Data-Security

Unified Security

Maintain a unified security posture across your hybrid and multi-cloud environment simply and cost-effectively with Control Center - no matter how complex or distributed your networks become.

What are the Use Cases?

Today’s widely distributed networks and accelerating cloud adoption create numerous challenges that call for SD-WAN. UnifiedNet’s SD-WAN is built to meet these challenges, and should be the cornerstone of your traffic-management, quality-of-service, and security strategy.

  1. Opimise branches

    If you have branch offices and remote locations that need to connect to your network, the traditional approach of backhauling traffic to a central breakout is unsustainable. UnifiedNet enables you to establish direct internet breakouts for optimized cloud accessibility.

  2. Prioritize traffic

    UnifiedNet Firewalls dynamically assign available bandwidth, uplink, and routing information based not only on protocol, user, location, and content, but also on applications, application categories, and even web-content categories.

  3. Cut MPLS costs

    Replacing expensive, leased MPLS lines with inexpensive broadband connectivity and smart VPN tunnels with traffic compression across multiple uplinks significantly minimizes WAN cost.

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