Bonded broadband: The real hero of cloud internet!
SD-WAN: Cloud broadband
the Holy Grail of network services...How do you maintain flexibility if all your eggs are co-located in one basket? [With SD WAN] access to services is speeded up and ultimately the user gets a better experience along the way..."read more
SD-WAN (Software-Defined WAN), is broadband in the cloud. Bonding multiple broadband connections into a single pipe, with it’s public IP address residing in the cloud. Firewall rules, filters and forwarding are all performed in the cloud. Why are businesses upgrading to SD-WAN?
Resilience: if a single line fails, the connection remains up – VoIP still works | cloud services still work | workers remain connected to the internet
Bandwidth: the more lines are bonded – now up to 10x – the more bandwidth is available. This is true bonding, rather than simple load-balancing; bandwidth increased in both directions - up & down
Geo-redundancy: in the event of temporary relocation – building works | fire | flood – simply re-connect to a new internet connection and get the same IP, the same firewall, the same settings on the network. This feature can also be useful for trade shows and temporary site offices where you might use PDQ terminals or VPNs that are configured to a specific IP address.