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SD-WAN Solutions

CPITelecom is the only lab tested and approved SDWAN provider for Mitel Connect!

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a transformational approach to simplify branch office networking and assure optimal application performance.

The Advantages

Optimize Application Performance

Optimize application performance over Hybrid or Internet links with direct, secure access to enterprise and cloud applications. SD-WAN provides consolidated monitoring and visibility across multiple WAN links and service providers.

Reduce Costs

Deliver Hybrid WAN with ease and enable branch offices with ordinary broadband as enterprise-grade WAN. Reduce hardware-delivery costs by choosing from deployment options such as virtual-machine on a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) device, virtual machine on an existing x86-based router or a purpose-built VeloCloud Edge device.

Simplify Branch Network

Provision branch offices faster with automated zero-touch deployment, simplified configuration, orchestration and on-going monitoring with centralized troubleshooting tools. Simplify branch infrastructure with the ability to insert network services on the branch edge, in the cloud or in the regional and enterprise data centers.

Deliver Branch Agility

Enable multiple links, devices and services to coexist and interoperate with incumbent solutions and make the branch agile. APIs enable integration into various management and reporting systems deployed by enterprises today.

Deploy Your Branch Office WAN In Minutes With SD-WAN

No need to wait for months to add a location to your network. Plug in, and authenticate —

your branch is up and running without IT involvement on site.

We offer FREE SD WAN Demo/Training Every Wednesday at 9:00 am. 
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