SD-WAN reinvents the traditional WAN with the power of virtualization

As businesses increase their use of business-critical, cloud-based applications, organizations with multiple remote offices are making the switch from performance-inhibited WANs to SD-WAN.

Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) is becoming the mainstream choice for many organizations. Does using Internet facing circuits instead of private circuits sound intimidating? It doesn’t have to. Infinium Communications partners with the world’s leading SD-WAN providers, and can address concerns about security, redundancy, quality of experience, and more.

Advantages of SD-WAN

Your business requires a robust communications and data network for its mission-critical applications and services. Traditionally, that has been accomplished by connecting private sites with MPLS or other private circuits. SD-WAN provides solutions that not only meet or exceed those offered by traditional WAN technologies, but can provide additional capabilities, such as redundancy, application acceleration, dynamic bandwidth to large cloud providers, and more. Map and scale to your business objectives faster and more effectively, with SD-WAN.

  • Bandwidth aggregation

    Balance the load across multiple internet circuits and aggregate circuits for large amounts of bandwidth, while securely connecting to additional private locations.

  • Redundancy

    Intelligently route traffic over multiple circuits for improved efficiency and seamless packet-by-packet routing, keeping you up and running if there’s a circuit failure.

  • Security

    Enjoy the costs benefits of internet circuits and the added security SD-WAN brings to the table with secure connections between sites and reduced complexities.

  • Quality of experience

    Prioritize mission-critical applications, choosing the best circuit based on real-time statistics in order to optimize the traffic, reduce overall latency, jitter and response times.

  • Dynamic bandwidth

    Connect SD-WAN directly to cloud services like AWS, Azure, and Google to allow bandwidth to grow dynamically as your cloud needs change.

  • Network function virtualization

    Explore partnerships with companies that can virtualize out many network functions, such as firewalls, VPNs, load balancing, application acceleration, etc.