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SD-WAN Providers Are Ignoring Remote Access

Posted on August 9, 2017 By Jason Wells

The WAN wasn’t built in a day – but you’d think that SD-WAN providers would have at least spent some time considering how to build one of the most important pieces of the WAN into their cloud[...]
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Is it really true that “no one gets fired for buying AT&T?”

Posted on August 1, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

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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Does the Enterprise Need a Hybrid WAN?

Posted on July 26, 2017 By Robert Meyer

SD-WANs are reinvigorating the WAN landscape.  The focus is shifting away from businesses layering additional services, like WAN Optimization, on top of their older, high-cost MPLS to adding multiple and disparate types of WAN links that are[...]
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MPLS: Massive, Painful Layoffs (in) Store?

Posted on July 20, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

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

Posted on July 14, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

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

Posted on June 29, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

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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Top 5 Takeaways from Aryaka’s State of the WAN Report

Posted on June 9, 2017 By Shilpa Swamy

Last month, we released our third annual State of the WAN report, detailing major trends in WAN traffic growth and application response times over the public Internet over the last year. The report returned several important findings[...]
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The Many Faces of Application Delivery with Aryaka’s SmartCDN

Posted on June 6, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

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

Posted on June 2, 2017 By Gary Sevounts

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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The Surprising State of the WAN

Posted on May 25, 2017 By Jason Bloomberg

Company research reports typically depend upon surveys of preselected customers (rather than random respondents) and lack any basis on real traffic analysis, thus making their results suspect. So when a research report is based on objective hard[...]
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Buyer Beware: The Pain of DIY SD-WAN

Posted on May 18, 2017 By John Burke

One of the key appeals of SD-WAN is that it can take a pool of disparate connections from different vendors and make them act like a big, high-quality link. Using multiple connectivity vendors is optional, but it’s[...]
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Is WAN Traffic Growth the New Moore’s Law?

Posted on May 17, 2017 By Shilpa Swamy

Percentage Growth in Global WAN Traffic: 2015-2016 Moore’s Law has dominated thinking in Silicon Valley for more than fifty years. It suggests that computer processing power would double every two years. And while some technology analysts claim[...]
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