Fact or Fiction: 5 Misconceptions about SD-WAN

| December 11, 2018

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SD-WAN is here to stay. According to International Data Corporation (IDC), worldwide revenue for software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) infrastructure and services is expected to reach $8.05 billion in 2021 – compare that to approximately $500M in 2017.The rapid development in this market has not gone unnoticed. Today, there are over 60 options for consuming SD-WAN. Two years ago, there were only a dozen or so.

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