Arelion SD-WAN

Managed enterprise network connectivity

Improved performance and enhanced security for enterprises

Arelion SD-WAN enables a high-performance WAN ecosystem, with simplified management and control of network infrastructure using internet access. For networking team leaders, it’s an exciting time to rethink the WAN strategy. The networking vendor industry has opened up to a new wave of innovation, developing powerful tools using the principles of cloud and software-defined networking technologies and combining them with network automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In essence, we package all of these functionalities and more into our advanced SD-WAN service.

Top Features

  • The need for more control

    Until recently, enterprises felt like they could wrap their hands around their network with a well-defined network perimeter, ending at the data center. However, productivity needs are leading to the increasing usage of applications and cloud platforms that sit outside the traditional network perimeter.

  • The need for faster provisioning

    Making changes to the WAN, for example - deploying, modifying, or disconnecting network services are slower in comparison to cloud provisioning experiences. Users notice this and become frustrated that their networks cannot adapt at the same pace.

  • The need for more network protection

    The provision of sufficient network protection that covers the workforce, workplace and the workloads are becoming increasingly complicated. The risk of security breaches increases as the control of the environment becomes weaker with a growing number of SaaS and cloud applications as well as unpredictable traffic patterns.

  • The need for digital transformation

    SD-WAN enables enterprises to reshape their networking model by enhancing critical functions. Our clean-slate the approach provides a modular and configurable service to support a stepwise transformation. With dynamic connectivity intelligence, networking costs are more controllable, allowing for a balanced dependency between MPLS links and Internet transport.

  • The need for extended network visibility

    With more business applications outside the on-premises network perimeter, old networking monitoring tools, techniques, and processes have created many blind-spots.