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.
As your company moves fast, works fast and shares critical information with customers, new applications need more and more bandwidth that is safe and fast. So, how do you leverage the best of all worlds? Access this video to learn how to virtualize your WAN and increase bandwidth safely.
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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