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The Work-from-Anywhere WAN, Building a Better WAN for a Work-from-Anywhere World

Watch the webcast to learn how to securely connect a distributed workforce to business applications and best practices to extend your WAN and turn up 1000s of remote worker locations within days.

2020 SD-WAN Predictions

We've seen many transformative changes in the SD-WAN and broader WAN Edge infrastructure market over the past few years. In 2019, CEO, David Hughes emphasized the importance of security, a new set of emerging requirements for multi-cloud deployments and the promise of 5G beginning to materialize.

Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure

Silver Peak Named a Leader for Second Year in Gartner's 2019 Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure.

2020 Top SD-WAN Edge Trends

2020 will see SD-WAN edge become a critical integration point providing a uniform fabric across physical locations and multi-cloud instances.

2018 Trends in SD-WAN

Today, most WAN traffic, to and from branch and remote sites, is destined for the cloud, either to SaaS services or applications hosted in an IaaS environment. The traditional WAN was architected for branch-to-data-center traffic flows, not to efficiently support new cloud-driven traffic patterns. Starting in 2018, most enterprises will adopt a "cloud-first" SD-WAN architecture designed to efficiently and effectively support the ongoing evolution in their application mix.

Gartner WAN Edge Competitive Landscape Report

The enterprise WAN edge has become the focus of new architectural approaches, in addition to functional consolidation, which has attracted more than 40 competitors. Technology product management leaders will be challenged as solution evolution will take multiple paths.

2019 Top SD-WAN Predictions

SD-WAN market/vendor consolidation will continue with a few vendors separating from the pack and leading the way forward. Enterprises will begin to realize that they need more than just basic SD-WAN functionality to address their evolving requirements at the WAN Edge.

Architecting an Application-Driven WAN Edge

As organizations continue to adopt Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and cloud infrastructure (IaaS), exploding traffic levels and changing traffic patterns are prompting enterprises to reevaluate their Wide Area Networks (WANs). In virtually every market segment, applications are moving to the cloud and a decreasing number are hosted on-premise in the data center.

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