MPLS vs SDN

Increasingly, businesses are looking to software defined networking (SDN) technologies to streamline networking and optimize bandwidth when traditional networks are blended with cloud-based wide area networks, or WANs. SD-WAN, a type of SDN, may provide businesses with evolving networks an alternative to MPLS (multiprotocol label switching) circuits that are used to bridge legacy and contemporary protocols and data types. These circuits can become costly.

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With SD-WAN (software defined wide area network), lower priority traffic can be sent over less expensive internet circuits. While there are other benefits, this functionality is particularly valuable to businesses with branch offices because it simplifies bandwidth maximization while also helping control IT costs.

SD-WAN is a highly efficient way of using SDN to connect business networks for, among other uses, branch-office communications. Think of a building supply retailer with headquarters in Atlanta and warehouses in Dallas, St. Louis and San Diego. With SD-WAN, order fulfillment and data backups are handled quickly from a central location. Security features available through the service provider help keep records safe. The redundancy afforded by SD-WAN assures business continuity should a power failure or other disruption occur at some point along the network.

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