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The importance of integrating security in planning and implementing SD-WAN


One area that merits attention is software-defined WAN or SD-WAN. Along with the rise of SD-WAN is the growing use of edge devices, which are now targeted by threat actors. SD-WAN entails using multiple connections, which results in more potential attack points for hackers.

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Navigating the future: the rise of SD-WAN in India


In the realm of Wide Area Networks (WANs), traditional routers have long been the backbone of network infrastructure, albeit with their limitations. However, a transformative technology known as Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is making significant waves in India and globally.

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SD-WAN Helping Financial Services Achieve Greater Digital Agility, Cybersecurity


SD-WAN can help financial services organizations achieve network agility and security. An SD-WAN overlays traditional or hybrid WAN infrastructures and locates the software or hardware nodes at each location and in the cloud. Organizations must also ensure their data is protected and compliant.

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Signals from space: SD-WAN marks the next stage in commercialized space-based comms


Low-orbit earth satellites and SD-WAN combine The pros of satellite services are clear: with blanket coverage across our planet, it’s conceivable that one day every square inch will be covered. As a WAN access technology though, satellite communication does experience its fair share of obstacles. SD-WAN, Telecommunications

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IDC MarketScape Evaluates Worldwide SD-WAN Infrastructure Vendors and Market Trends  


The 2023 IDC MarketScape on Worldwide SD-WAN Infrastructure evaluated 12 vendors in the SD-WAN market and recognized five leaders.

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Modernizing the WAN from Client to Cloud


The evolution of WAN architectures has historically paralleled that of application architectures. When we primarily connected terminals to mainframes, the WAN architecture was largely point-to-point links connecting back to data center facilities.

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Juniper Networks acquires Boston-area AI SD-WAN startup 128 Technology for $450M


With 128 Technology, the company gets more AI SD-WAN technology. SD-WAN is short for software-defined wide area networks, which means networks that cover a wide geographical area such as satellite offices, rather than a network in a defined space.

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