SDWAN vs MPLS

Key Considerations for Your Global Enterprise Network



SD-WAN or MPLS: Is it Time to Replace Your MPLS?

SD-WAN vs. MPLS: Key Considerations for Your Global Enterprise Network



It's no secret to IT leaders that the way WAN services are deployed is changing. SD-WAN networks can be used to replace and augment legacy MPLS services for connectivity, and reduce costs.

Furthermore, a global SD-WAN can now be implemented as a network as a service (NaaS) to adapt to constantly shifting bandwidth needs and connectivity to cloud applications.

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Element Solutions

Element Solutions Inc. first leveraged Aryaka’s managed SD-WAN solution to consolidate its global infrastructure of 200+ sites. When the company recently divested a division of its business, Aryaka enabled and accelerated a smooth split of Element Solution’s network with zero downtime.

The Ultimate MPLS Replacement

Learn how Aryaka’s global SD-WAN solution can replace your MPLS links to reduce network costs, accelerate applications for end users around the world, and be deployed in a fraction of the time it takes to set up a legacy WAN.

The 90s called – They Want their MPLS back (Is MPLS dead?)

From the official incorporation of Google and the game changing open source operating system Linux, to the emergence of Nokia mobile phones and the Sony PlayStation, it’s hard to pick one, single, culture-defining moment from the 90s. But does that justify the usage of a decade old technology?

  • SD-WAN or MPLS

    Element Solutions

    Element Solutions Inc. first leveraged Aryaka’s managed SD-WAN solution to consolidate its global infrastructure of 200+ sites. When the company recently divested a division of its business, Aryaka enabled and accelerated a smooth split of Element Solution’s network with zero downtime.

  • The Ultimate MPLS Replacement

    Learn how Aryaka’s global SD-WAN solution can replace your MPLS links to reduce network costs, accelerate applications for end users around the world, and be deployed in a fraction of the time it takes to set up a legacy WAN.

  • The 90s called – They Want their MPLS back (Is MPLS dead?)

    From the official incorporation of Google and the game changing open source operating system Linux, to the emergence of Nokia mobile phones and the Sony PlayStation, it’s hard to pick one, single, culture-defining moment from the 90s. But does that justify the usage of a decade old technology?

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