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How to Ensure Robust Network Performance for Your Digital Signage

How to Ensure Robust Network Performance for Your Digital Signage

We’ve been talking about the digital signage ecosystem and the need for a comprehensive approach to digital signage strategy and implementation. Our last post focused on the content management system (CMS). Now we’re going to discuss the network infrastructure needed to support digital signage.

Thursday, December 28, 2017/Author: IV DIckson, Director, Digital Signage /Number of views (641)/Comments (0)/
Software-Defined WAN: Reducing WAN Cost and Complexity

Software-Defined WAN: Reducing WAN Cost and Complexity

For organizations with multiple locations, wide-area network (WAN) bandwidth demands are increasing dramatically as more applications and services are accessed via the Internet. The associated costs are prompting organizations to rethink their WAN design, and driving the adoption of software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) solutions.

Monday, June 05, 2017/Author: Mike Waters, VP, Product Architecture/Number of views (795)/Comments (0)/
Why Visibility and Automation Are Essential to Today’s Networks

Why Visibility and Automation Are Essential to Today’s Networks

Automation has helped to increase efficiency and improve communication for hundreds of years. The telegraph eliminated the need to stuff messages in a satchel and deliver them by horse. When the telephone came on the scene, you no longer had to write messages down and take them to a telegraph office. And now the network enables information in virtually any form to be delivered instantly across the globe.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017/Author: Mike Waters, VP, Product Architecture/Number of views (1008)/Comments (0)/
Why Software-Defined WAN Is a Viable Alternative to MPLS

Why Software-Defined WAN Is a Viable Alternative to MPLS

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) has long provided a reliable, scalable, high-performing model for connecting remote offices in an enterprise’s wide-area network (WAN). Unlike the Internet, which offers “best effort” data delivery, MPLS networks are capable of prioritizing traffic to support mission-critical applications.

Thursday, March 24, 2016/Author: The SageNet Team/Number of views (2779)/Comments (0)/
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