Over the course of the past year, SwitchRTC has worked closely with YouNow, a live streaming social media company with over 40 million registered users, on a large scale many-to-many video platform for the PROPS Project. Further to this, it was a natural next step for SwitchRTC to join the PROPS by YouNow team.
Watch Out for SD-WAN Magic When it Comes to VoIP & WebRTC
There is only so much SD-WAN vendors can do when it comes to VoIP and specifically WebRTC optimization. When a vendor claims for specific VoIP optimization that is based on quality of experience or similar considerations, I suggest to check the details of how this optimization is implemented and which applications it covers.
Why SD-WAN is Important for WebRTC
Delivery of WebRTC based communications services to the enterprise can be (and is today) done over best effort open internet but for higher adoption rates among enterprises it is required to enable the delivery of such services over managed networks.
The growing adoption of SD-WAN allows for agile and dynamic delivery of WebRTC services to enterprises
VMware Just Got a Networking Boost
Having an SD-WAN solution integrated into VMware’s solution portfolio that takes VMware’s network virtualization from within the cloud to connecting enterprises with public and private clouds is important for VMware’s digital transformation and cloud strategy.
VeloCloud seems like a perfect solution for filling this gap. A field proven solution with 100% focus on SD-WAN.
Cisco Adds Another Piece to its Enterprise IT Puzzle
Although Cisco has a very strong position in the UC market, its strengths are mainly in UC of the past (on-premises deployments and telephony focused).
The acquisition of Broadsoft will help Cisco to better compete in the next generation cloud UC and team collaboration.
Overall a strong move of Cisco to help it compete with its rivals such as Microsoft and Slack.
3 Strategies for SD-WAN
MPLS is still pretty commonly used by enterprises, some use it for specific applications while others take it to the extreme and route all traffic of their branches to s central location. Service providers hit a jackpot with MPLS but this is now changing. 2 major forces are making MPLS less lucrative and eventually will kill it: MPLS price is going down; Enterprise requirements have changed
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