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Apple Growth Partners, A Customer Testimonial

We recently sat down with Eric Nichols from Apple Growth Partners and talked about why Apple Growth chose WAN Dynamics for their SD-WAN needs, the various challenges facing their network, and how the team at WAN Dynamics were able to help Apple Growth resolve WAN issues by implementing the latest technologies. Check out the interview!
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8 Lessons Learned - Arista Datacenter Interconnect (DCI) with VXLAN and vARP

Though our name would imply we only work with wide area networks, WAN Dynamics has been working on some very interesting (and fun!) datacenter deployments as well, using primarily Arista Networks gear. First thing to note: this kit and company are fantastic. We genuinely enjoy working with Arista hardware, software and most of all, their people.
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Saber Healthcare, A Customer Testimonial

We recently sat down with Curtis McEwen from Saber Healthcare and talked about why Saber chose WAN Dynamics for their SD-WAN needs, the various challenges facing their network, and how the team at WAN Dynamics were able to help Saber resolve WAN issues by implementing the latest technologies. Check out the interview!
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Webinar Series: Driving Rapid Healthcare Enterprise Growth with SD-WAN

We're pleased to announce our recent case-study webinar event, Driving Rapid Healthcare Enterprise Growth with SD-WAN! Our CTO and Co-Founder Jason Gintert, in conjunction with VeloCloud Networks, hosted Curtis McEwen from Saber Healthcare to discuss the many advantages of utilizing SD-WAN in the healthcare industry.
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How Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) Provides Reliable Voice And Video Services Over The Internet

For as long as organizations have tried to make real-time services like voice or video work over Internet Protocol (IP) network pipes, there have been very basic requirements in order to make said services operate effectively. The first requirement for these sensitive applications was a dedicated, business class network line to carry this traffic.
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