Telstra Global WAN
Digital transformation is a priority for many businesses who want to get the benefit from exciting technologies such as cloud, data analytics and the Internet of Things. However, these services and innovations place heavy demands on corporate networks, which can affect IT performance. Organisations need to address this challenge if they are to deliver optimal experiences to their users and compete effectively in today’s business world.
Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a new way for you to use bandwidth more efficiently and improve application performance on your WAN. It leverages a range of access networks, such as the IPVPN, Internet, and LTE, and uses software-defined networking (SDN) to intelligently route traffic along the best available path.
Telephone Technologies can help you get the most from SD-WAN by partnering with you to understand your requirements and integrating SD-WAN solutions as part of a broader technology mix to help you achieve your business goals.
Improve application performance and user experience
Improve the experience you provide staff and customers by enhancing the performance of your applications, whether they are hosted on-site/data centre, in the cloud or both. Reduce downtime and keep your business running through redundancy as SD-WAN routes data traffic to the next best performing path. With SD-WAN you can minimise security threats and operational risk by taking closer control of your network.
Use your network more efficiently
Keep pace with the increasing demands from your users on your WAN and get more value out of your available bandwidth with more efficient use of your connectivity. See an accurate picture of what applications are running in your WAN, and the bandwidth they’re using, so you can allocate resources where they are needed. High priority applications can be routed over IPVPN while lower priority applications and non-sensitive data can be directed over the internet to utilise your WAN more efficiently.
Simplify management and costs
Simplify and streamline network management by offering access to, and control over, network technologies as a matter of policy rather than requiring manual configuration.
Reduce the complexity associated with managing and deploying the WAN, with greater access and control over the entire network from a central location, and operate a single supplier model, alongside the carriage, around the world.