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SD-WAN Resources: Analyst Research

Cowen Communications: Networking Highlights from Infrastructure Summit

Infrastructure Summit: Networking Highlights -- SDN and SD-WAN panels that Cowen hosted with GIMO, EXFO and private companies Affirmed Networks, Glue Networks, VeloCloud and Viptela at their 2nd Annual Communications Infrastructure Summit highlighted the opportunities and challenges presented by SDN and reinforced our view of SD-WAN’s emergence as a compelling SDN use case.

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EMA Research: Survey Insights on Next Gen WAN

In this research document, EMA observes significant changes in enterprise WAN requirements that are driving technological and architectural evolution. Enterprises are being driven to evolve their WANs with increased use of nontraditional connectivity.

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Baird Analyst Report: Enterprise WAN Set to Transform Networking

SD-WAN Thought Piece: SD-WANs seek to provide increased agility, visibility, and simplification of WAN management and orchestration across branch offices. This August 2016 research outlines the emerging market and the leading players. The Baird Analysts give insights to ROI, challenges, solutions trends and adoption.

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Viptela vs. Cisco

Comparing Two Largest SD-WAN Vendors

In a SD-WAN showdown, network pro Will Murrell compares platforms from two of the largest SD-WAN solution — Cisco’s Intelligent WAN and Viptela’s Secure Extensible Network.

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EMA Research Report: Managing Tomorrow's Networks

Enterprise Management Associates surveyed early SDN adopters to understand how organizations are using SDN, network virtualization, and NFV.

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Doyle Research Case Study: SD-WAN at a Fortune-500 Retailer

Learn how Viptela helps Doyle Research move towards its goal of carrier agnostic WAN transport and migrate its WAN traffic growth to secure Internet transport.

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Guide to WAN Architecture and Design

This e-guide explains the stepwise transition to SD-WAN using Viptela’s technology. Jim Metzler sets up the problem with a hypothetical enterprise having typical WAN-related business challenges.

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