WAN Economics Research Study 2018-2019: MPLS, Ethernet, Wavelength, and Internet Service Costs - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The WAN is the central nervous system of the enterprise, and is in a period of massive change: integration of cloud resources into the IT service portfolio and migration of a significant portion of the enterprise's work and data to the cloud; rapid increase in mobile devices as work platforms; expansion of Internet of Things deployments; and new WAN paradigms, especially SD-WAN.

All of this puts renewed focus on the economics of wide-area networking: How much does it cost to connect a site to a WAN? What technologies are the easiest, fastest, best performing? Which vendors provide the best technology, service, and value?

The study uncovers current data on:

  • MPLS, Ethernet, Wavelength, and Internet service costs
  • Ratings for connectivity providers and ranking their ability to deliver, and deliver on time
  • SD-WAN platform costs - implementation and operation
  • SD-WAN adoption and vendor ratings

Key Topics Covered

Agenda

About the Study: Methodology

Summary of Findings

Overview of Results

  • WAN Architecture and Operations
  • MPLS Rates and Ratings
  • Carrier Ethernet Rates and Ratings
  • Internet Service Rates and Ratings
  • SD-WAN Deployment and Ratings
  • DCC & WAN-CX Deployment and Ratings

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For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
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