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DOCUMENTATION 》 TOFFEE (and TOFFEE-DataCenter) deployment in SD-WAN Applications

Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a new innovative way to provide optimal application performance by redefining branch office networking. Unlike traditional expensive private WAN connection technologies such as MPLS, etc., SD-WAN delivers increased network performance and cost reduction. SD-WAN solution decouple network software services from the underlying hardware via software abstraction.

Last Mile Connectivity challenge:
If you are a SD-WAN provider you may have an efficient SDN-Cloud based SD-WAN infrastructure, but the real challenge is the connectivity between your clients (SD-WAN subscribers/users Branch Office Edge Devices/CPE) and your Cloud Infrastructure. This last mile connectivity bottleneck can be addressed via TOFFEE-DataCenter as shown below.

TOFFEE-DataCenter WAN Optimization deployment in SD-WAN Applications

NOTE: In this case let us assume you (the SD-WAN service provider) have a client/subscriber who got high-speed network connectivity between their corporate headquarters(may be situated in a data-center, etc) and your SD-WAN Cloud Infrastructure. But they have various other remote branch-offices with extremely poor high-latency Internet/network connectivity.

SD-WAN Infrastructure using TOFFEE-DataCenter as one of its building components:
Along with VPN modules/components you can even use TOFFEE-DataCenter as one of the building blocks within your SD-WAN Infrastructure.

TOFFEE-DataCenter WAN Optimization within SD-WAN Infrastructure



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