5 Reasons SD-WAN is Critical for Global Airlines like Air China
Industry experts believe that old legacy systems are unable to handle the exponential surge in passenger volume, fleet sizes, along with increasing customer expectations and global expansion of airline companies. For the airlines industry, the importance of[...]
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Analyzing the Core Performance Difference in SD-WANs
SD-WAN solutions have been making inroads into the enterprise by delivering application performance improvements, reducing network complexity at branch offices, and reducing costs in some cases, but buyer beware: There are two primary underlying connectivity options, and[...]
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The State of SD-WAN Connectivity: Performance By the Numbers
What would you do with an extra 4,000 milliseconds in your day? Probably not much because the time would be over before you even knew it began. But what about an extra 4,000 milliseconds (4 seconds) every time[...]
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Why Did VMware Buy VeloCloud?
The SD-WAN market is in the consolidation phase of its evolution and corporate pairings are flooding Silicon Valley.  The latest news: VMware has scooped up VeloCloud. The idea may seem strange at first given VMware’s position as the[...]
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Is it really true that “no one gets fired for buying AT&T?”
Not for long: a look at the disruptive forces upending the networking status quo – and why you won’t hear about those forces from the incumbent telecom providers: Collaboration is key to the success of any global[...]
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MPLS: Massive, Painful Layoffs (in) Store?
What do the numbers 4000 and 1100 have to do with your enterprise WAN? Those are the number of layoffs taking place at British Telecom and Cisco. Along with a big layoff at Riverbed (a WAN Optimization[...]
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SD-WAN Lost My Voice – And Aryaka Found It
Voice and video are notoriously problematic for enterprises looking to connect their offices and remote users around the globe – a problem that grows in each passing year as businesses continue to globalize. In a recent article[...]
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How a Clientless SD-WAN Solved PSP Corp.’s VPN and Remote Access Problems
If your organization is increasing its global footprint, operating out of remote locations, or is experiencing a sizeable number of employees accessing the corporate data center with remote access, chances are you are already witnessing a surge[...]
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The Many Faces of Application Delivery with Aryaka’s SmartCDN
When it comes to application delivery, it’s not always easy to find solutions that provide high performance, cost-effective access to centralized applications to a globally distributed work force, customers, mobile users, suppliers, and partners using the public[...]
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The Sunset of MPLS
Is MPLS sunsetting? The signs have, increasingly, been pointing to “yes.” Though this legacy technology was useful and groundbreaking in its time, evidence continues to mount that it can no longer serve the needs of today’s global[...]
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3 Simple Ways for Choosing the Right MPLS Alternative
In our cloud-enabled world, MPLS is on the way out – but it’s dying a slow death. Legacy networks have not been made completely obsolete, but as more organizations attempt to access resources in the cloud or[...]
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Why MPLS and Cloud Applications Don’t Mix
If you’re in charge of delivering and maintaining a global WAN, then you know the headache that this chart can induce. Why? Because legacy WAN connectivity approaches like MPLS do not address performance challenges for cloud and[...]
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