AireSpring Global Managed SD-WAN Benefits for Technology Companies
Technology companies must ensure workflow processes run efficiently for remote workers, partners and customers. Everything from product development, to the ordering system and product shipment, needs to be controlled, monitored, and managed. They rely upon business applications and on-demand services from SAP, Office 365, Oracle, Salesforce, AWS, Azure, Google and others, where workflow cannot be interrupted. Technology companies must have clear network visibility, to manage on-premises, multi-cloud and SaaS applications. If the WAN has an outage, or becomes slow and unresponsive, so, too, will the business.
In order to remain competitive, these companies need to lower costs, while increasing efficiencies. For decades, MPLS circuits have supported their applications and services. However, they are now replacing or augmenting MPLS to lower costs and simplify deployments for new offices and their distribution supply chains. While supporting diverse IT environments, they require expanded bandwidth, and ensured security, reliability and performance.
AireSpring Global Managed SD-WAN overcomes WAN infrastructure limitations by being transport-agnostic. SD-WAN supports a mix of any type of network circuit, like DIA Internet, public Internet, 4G/LTE, satellite, MPLS, and others. This flexibility enables media and entertainment companies to achieve the right-size and type of network for their diverse connectivity needs.
AireSpring Global Managed SD-WAN can significantly lower costs and enable the agility these industries need, through diverse circuit options, and an architecture that supports any IT infrastructure, including multi-cloud, SaaS and on-premises. Our SD-WAN cost-effectively aggregates multiple diverse networks into a virtual WAN that continuously adapts to traffic, based upon the availability and real-time quality of the network paths. This supports greater traffic volumes, and ensures applications run smoothly, without being adversely affected by underlying network issues.