SD-WAN – digital transformation in times of COVID-19

SD-WANThe world is different now to how it was a few weeks ago. Owing to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the declaration of a pandemic, we have been forced to take unprecedented global measures.

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Alicia Ruppel: Alicia Ruppel, graduated in Sociology and Graphic Design, is a Marketing Manager working within the Teldat's Corporate Marketing Department.

Even more changes in 2020?

2020 trendsWith just a glimpse of how the telecommunications and in particular the networking market has developed over the last year, it can undoubtedly be seen that a snowball effect is occurring as the markets and the technology within these markets are rolling and becoming larger and larger. So, the predictions are that 2020 will be a year of yet more change.

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Javier García: Business Studies & Marketing. Online Marketing Manager within the Teldat Corporate Marketing department 

Love is blind, but your SD-WAN network isn’t

sd-wanIdentifying performance issues in WAN networks has always proved a challenge for IT professionals. In this sense, having advanced network visibility and monitoring tools is absolutely essential.

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Luis Ovalle: Luis Ovalle is a Telecommunications Engineer and Key Account Manager at Iberia Business Unit.

Segmentation in SD-WAN

sdwanThe SD-WAN market is gaining more and more strength; software-defined and managed connectivity solutions provide ever more possibilities and functionalities to adapt to the reality of business networks. One of the key aspects that all companies value is security. In SD-WAN networks, security can be provided in a number of ways, from encrypting communications to firewall policies, through IDS and IPS tools to the element that forms the topic of this blog post: segmentation.

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Ignacio Esnoz: with a degree in Technical Telecomunications Engineering (specialized in Telematics). SD-WAN product specialist at Teldat.    

The importance of SD-WAN for SMEs

sdwanSmall and medium enterprises (SME’s) make up an increasing percentage of existing companies. As a result, they account for almost all of the business fabric worldwide. However, given their limited size, their budget for human resources, technology, safety, and infrastructure tends to be restricted and they must obtain the highest yield and efficiency (more so than large corporations, which often focus on quantity rather than optimization). In brief, small companies usually have as many demanding requirements as big ones.

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Guillermo Larraz: Graduated in Advertising and Public Relations, is Regional Sales Director for Teldat in Latin America, specially focused in Central America.