AT&T Goes Global with SD-WAN

DAVID RAMEL | February 26, 2018

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AT&T, one of the leading companies furthering software-defined networking (SDN) and other new-age networking technologies, said its SD-WAN offering is becoming available in more than 150 countries around the world. The company previously provided its SD-WAN technology -- one of the growing initiatives in the SDN space -- in the U.S. only. By bringing SDN closer to the customer edge, the company said, organizations can leverage more scalable, flexible networks in a mix-and-match approach for connectivity according to site-specific needs.

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