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SD-WAN & SASE by Digital Carbon

There are various technologies used for Wide Area Networking (WAN) connectivity. Two of the most popular technologies are Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). While there are some similarities between the two technologies, there are also key differences that make them well-suited for different use cases. SASE is relatively new, while SD-WAN has been around for a few years. However, to understand the similarities between SASE and SD-WAN, it is important to understand both the technologies and their evolution out of traditional WAN.

SD–WAN Improving the Quality of Video Conferencing

The year 2020 has witnessed major upheavals around the globe including floods and forest fires due to climate change and spread of viruses. It has forced many organizations to organize work from home practices for employees to make sure smoother running of their businesses. As COVID-19 still dominates working life today. Office staff from around the world have settled into their working from home setups. At such a divergent point, effective communication between office employees and managing bodies becomes of crucial importance. Team managers require strong communication medium to stay in contact with their teams. That is the reason, it has given rise to a record increase in video conferencing over these years of pandemic. Many global businesses are forced to adopt the traditional face to face practices of video conferencing.

Versa vs Velocloud

Versa Networks and VMware are two major companies providing SD–WAN solutions. Along with other market giants, these are also in competition with each other by offering state-of-the-art capabilities to their customers. As we know,  each business has its own requirements oriented around its customers’ needs. Here, we are going to take a technical overview of the SD–WAN solutions that these companies are providing to analyse their usability for a variety of enterprises.

3 Ways How SD–WAN Improves Voice

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are common telephony technologies for multimedia sessions and voice communication over sophisticated networks of Internet Protocol (IP), for example over Internet. These VoIP phone systems are becoming a common sight of communication protocols in enterprises. In comparison to its conventional counterpart, PSTN, Voice over IP is capable to offer many advantages. For businesses, it offers a highly verstile breadth of servives and features, highly quality audio communication, easy-to-manage services, and reduced cost for distant calls.

Cisco vs VMware

No matter which market share report is considered, either Cisco or VMware holds the top SD–WAN vendor ranking. Both these giants have been battling for supremacy in the SD–WAN market ever since they  began to spend millions of dollars in this field. Cisco paid 600 million dollars to buy Viptela in 2017, and VMware paid 450 million dollars to buy leading SD–WAN startup VeloCloud in the same year.

VeloCloud vs Fortinet

We live in an ever-changing era of information technology, where emerging technologies are increasingly dictating the way we do business and run operations. Technologies come and go, but SD-WAN, a comparatively new entrant in the network infrastructure, has shown surprising traction.

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