Wide Area Network Switching DEFINITION: WAN Switching is a technology where computers are connected to each other over a long distance, using telephone lines and satellite communications utilizing serial transmission.
This podcast chronicles corporations like Gap, Bloomberg, and Visa as they transition to a software-defined WAN. Tune in to learn about misconceptions in SDN including reliability issues, security, application control, and more.
This exclusive webcast examines a networking solution that can create a resilient WAN that prevents applications from being affected by link outages, allowing your remote offices to adapt to changing network conditions and reroute traffic quickly to avoid downtime.
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