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Friday, May 24th, 2019

WAN technology and management

Simplifying cloud networking with Microsoft Azure

This article goes in-depth on how Silver Peak's Unity EdgeConnect™ SD-WAN solution works with Microsoft's Azure Virtual WAN to optimize the cloud experience for users.

Cisco CLI: The fax machine of IT

This video discusses why, when compared to Silver Peak's SD-WAN, Cisco's CLI router is practically '80s technology, requiring hours of manual programming - hours that could be better served on more productive activities.

SD-WAN Market Leader Silver Peak Celebrates 1,000 Customer Milestone

2020WAN

Unity EdgeConnect production deployments more than double on an annualized basis as customers shift to the industry’s only business-first SD-WAN edge solution

SD-WAN enables a new cloud-first branch strategy

SD-WAN enables enterprises to securely and confidently migrate their applications and infrastructure to the cloud without compromising performance for accessing applications from the individual branch offices.

Moving enterprises beyond the router to Silver Peak

Join Wayne on his mission to move enterprises beyond their old-school routers to Silver Peak.

Branch redefined: enabling the distributed enterprise with SD-WAN

SD-WAN is becoming the foundation of the modern enterprise network, providing solutions to the challenges of the distributed organization. With SD-WAN, IT can provide always-on access to applications with a high-quality user experience wherever those applications are hosted. Secure branch connections to the cloud protect data, while simplified operations and centralized management increase efficiency and agility.

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Why SD-WAN heralds a more agile, efficient internet

Increased confidence in the promises of SD-WAN technology will drive market revenue to US$6 billion in 2020, according to IDC. Its recent survey of more than 600 companies in nine countries – including Japan, China, India and Australia – found that 70% plan to adopt SD-WAN in the next 18 months.

Skullcandy unplugs MPLS, moves to WAN-as-a-Service

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The move to a cloud-based ERP system forced Skullcandy to rethink its global network, which ultimately led to the decision to migrate to an offering from Aryaka.

Redefining Your WAN with Broadband

The wide area network (WAN) has always been about connecting users to applications and moving data over long distances: for connectivity among enterprise users, clients, suppliers and partners across distributed geographical locations. However, the explosion of cloud services and frustration surrounding the high cost and inflexibility of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks - a business with 100 branch offices might pay more than $2.5 million a year for MPLS connectivity - has forced a rethink of the enterprise WAN.

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Cabling Infrastructure Choice for the NGEABT 2.5 and 5GBASE-T over Copper

Next Generation Enterprise Access BASE-T Recommendations

The Next Generation Enterprise Access BASE-T (NGEABT) refers to the development of intermediate speeds of 2.5G and 5G over twisted-pair copper cabling, with the goal of being able to run over installed Category 5e and 6 cabling. This work is being standardized in the IEEE, and leading equipment vendors have already announced that several of their products will have this feature in 2015.

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