Dive into a network that changes the game for government organizations
Often times government organizations are held to more strict processes and timeframes for adopting new technology. That can lead to slower rollouts and more legacy infrastructure in the ecosystem. This isn't a product of poor planning but of the speed at which technology moves today. New platforms, features, or solutions come to market on a regular basis and the options are becoming overloaded. SD-WAN with QOS can help with a few things including:
- Faster adoption of new technology with more intelligent integration options
QOS focuses around delivering intelligence at a customer’s edge by centrally locating compute within the physical location, as opposed to transporting it to the cloud or data center and back. This lowers the risk of interception and potential security breach.
- More flexibility with technologies choices
Integrate new platforms into the network, get wider visibility, and new data insights
- Deploy new sites rapidly
Deploy new sites rapidly
Legacy network technologies require increases in bandwidth in order to keep up with new technologies integrating into the network. If you’ve ever looked at a bandwidth bill after migrating to, say, the cloud, it’s quickly an eye opener. This is because newer technologies require faster speeds and bigger pipes to handle the amount of data moving back and forth. From a budget standpoint, a fluctuating connectivity bill isn’t ideal.
SD-WAN helps to balance that out. Because of the intelligent ability for your edge device to route based on speeds and needs, your organization can actually run off lower-priced connectivity, like broadband. SD-WAN provides better security, path smoothing which decreases jitter, and lower latency. Plus, it’s carrier and circuit agnostic, so all of those existing connectivity contracts can stay in place until it’s time to revaluate.
Start Your Edge Journey with SD-WAN for Governments
SD-WAN is the now of connectivity for agencies across the US. With SD-WAN, your org will:
- Reduce complexity of government network deployments.
- Increase critical application performance.
- Give you direct cloud access with performance reliability and security.