A software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) is a virtual network architecture enabling companies to leverage any combination of information transport services including MPLS, 5G, LTE-A, Fibre and wireless to securely connect its users to applications – delivering resilient connectivity, operational cost-savings and performance in the process. We believe SD-WAN represents the new landscape of networking required to future-proof your business infrastructure and that’s why we offer a selection of cost-effective SD-WAN solutions to suit every business, no matter the size.
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Experience effective security across the entire network thanks to Fortinet’s next-generation firewall, powered by the industry’s first SD-WAN ASIC.
Thanks to a per-application-level SLA, SD-WAN Secure’s automated path intelligence dynamically selects the best WAN link or connection for each situation.
SD-WAN technology effectively solves problems of bandwidth costs and traffic latency by allowing companies to move beyond MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) to include public broadband connections and even wireless 4G/LTE and 5G connections
This allows for greater network agility and responsiveness.
This allows for scalable, single-pane-of-glass management that includes zero-touch provisioning and effective monitoring.
Avoid costly network downtime with SD-WAN Secure’s intelligent WAN selection, advanced network SLA routing and decision making.
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Telecel SD-WAN TL enables organizations to address their communications concerns for distributed locations quickly and easily. It also provides a solution that is easy to manage, agile, reliable, flexible and, most importantly, secure.
Yes, you can use the built-in application firewall or the Edge can co-exist with your existing firewalls. In the branch, the Edge would typically be deployed on the WAN side of the firewall and be responsible for the site-to-site VPN. In addition, the one-click application-aware service chaining capability enables the forwarding of traffic to more centralised enterprise regional hubs or cloud provider PoPs for firewall and security services.
Yes, SD-WAN Secure will prevent SLA breaches by prioritising business-critical applications and dynamically sending them on the right WAN links.