Wireless modems and connectivity for enterprise networking have come a long way. A variety of factors, ranging from technological advancements to innovative customer use cases, have transformed cellular modems into a critical component of how a company operates and succeeds.
Before organizations can fully realize the benefits of SDN, it’s important to answer some FAQs. For instance, "What is Software-defined Networking (SDN)?" SDN abstracts and separates the control and data planes of traditional networking to make it more responsive and agile to changing business needs.
Recent strides in intelligent path selection capabilities combined with active-passive configurations have led to a new WAN configuration — an Active-Dynamic WAN configuration. It's a new way to think about and benefit from SD-WAN.
The IoT is heading toward a crisis point, but the adoption of network gateways can help enterprises overcome those challenges and achieve hoped-for ROI on IoT deployments.
As networks and business needs have evolved, so has the Network’s Edge. The new Edge — the Elastic Edge — is software-defined, policy-driven, and highly orchestrated to reduce network complexity.
There are exciting new options for network administrators and IT teams to simply and securely access, manage, and troubleshoot virtually any device — from routers to just about anything that lives on the LAN.
Whether reacting to emergencies or proactively serving residents, public safety organizations are using connected technology more than ever before to keep people safe at home, at work, and in public.
Implementing broadband and LTE, and routing Internet traffic through the cloud, can help IT administrators attain a renovated architecture that ushers in simplified, more secure connectivity.
WiFi brings critical access to the constant flow of information, enabling individuals, businesses, and communities to stay connected to current events, trends, information, and the global economy.