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SD-WAN Sunsets And ZTE Emerges

Forrester IT

Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) has started to ride off into the sunset (which is long overdue). For some time, you might see some vendors wandering around aimlessly, hoping to sell you a SD-WAN solution, but for the most part, the networking market is moving on. I thought the SD-WAN acronym […].

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What Is SD-WAN (Software-Defined WAN)? Definition, Solutions, and Benefits

IT Toolbox

Increasingly used in large network setups, SD-WAN uses web-based tunnels, firewall software, and virtual technologies to connect remote endpoints. The post What Is SD-WAN (Software-Defined WAN)? Definition, Solutions, and Benefits appeared first on Spiceworks.

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Three Things They Didn’t Tell You About SD-WAN

IT Toolbox

With increased complexities and data, SD-WAN networks require more careful thought. The post Three Things They Didn’t Tell You About SD-WAN appeared first on Spiceworks.

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How SD-WAN Supports an Anywhere Operational Workforce

IT Toolbox

SD-WAN is one tool that can support a workforce that is working from anywhere. The post How SD-WAN Supports an Anywhere Operational Workforce appeared first on.

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TNS Taps Fortinet’s Secure SD-WAN Solution

CTOvision

Transaction Network Services (TNS), a leader in fintech payment services, recently announced the launch of TNS Secure SD-WAN which leverages Fortinet’s leading Secure SD-WAN solution. In partnership with Fortinet, TNS Secure […].

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Generative AI set to reshape SD-WAN market

Network World

There are baseline security and connectivity requirements for any SD-WAN service, and then there are optional, emerging product capabilities that indicate how the market is maturing and customer requirements are expanding. There’s a trend toward AI capabilities that enable networking decisions to be made with little or no human intervention.

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Why is the transition from SD-WAN to SASE so painful?

Network World

The transition from software-defined WAN ( SD-WAN ) to secure access service edge ( SASE ) is proving to be difficult for many enterprises, according to new research from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). To read this article in full, please click here

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