Today CenturyLink unveiled the newest solution in our advanced networking portfolio, CenturyLink SD-WAN. Ideal for companies with large, multi-site footprints, CenturyLink SD-WAN is a fully managed software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) solution allowing companies to streamline and simplify WAN operations – making practically any network instantly better.
It’s been more than a decade (that’s right, a decade!) since a truly innovative solution has been introduced for WAN environments. SD-WAN offers a new way of managing and deploying bandwidth hungry WAN environments. It addresses many of the common business challenges faced by enterprises that need high-speed, cost-effective network services for numerous branch locations and remote offices.
CenturyLink SD-WAN simplifies network management across disparate network types, creating an agile, responsive wide area network for enterprises. As enterprises become familiar with SD-WAN and its benefits, the need for this type of solution will skyrocket. In fact, IDC projects a 93 percent compound annual growth rate in the SD-WAN market through 2020.
Because we know that companies will want to understand how CenturyLink SD-WAN can work to instantly improve network delivery to branch offices and remote locations, CenturyLink is offering a 90-day proof-of-concept (POC)* for businesses interested in test driving SD-WAN within their own environments. We’ll provide the customer-premise devices, access to an intuitive management portal and full customer support for up to five sites to showcase the substantial improvements this ground-breaking network technology can bring to businesses. You provide the network.
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*90-day Trial Offer: Requires signed trial agreement. Qualifying business customers only. Services not available everywhere. CenturyLink may change, cancel, or substitute offers and services, or vary them by service area at its sole discretion without notice. Additional restrictions apply. See trial agreement for full offer terms and conditions.