Part of RAD’s vCPE Toolbox, The vSD-WAN by Versa Networks is a virtualized network function (VNF) that applies software-defined networking (SDN) to WAN connections.
vSD-WAN is used to connect enterprise branch offices and data centers at a lower cost compared to IP VPNs. Offering multi-tenancy and high availability to optimize cost/performance of end-customer services, it features distributed network service functions to provide the flexibility and elasticity for easy, highly scalable and secure deployments. In addition, self-provision and self-care capabilities transform the customer experience. vSD-WAN can be hosted as a VNF on RAD’s vCEP-OS and deployed with any ETX platform, as well as any supporting white box. This allows service providers to expand their managed services portfolio with a simplified and unified architecture.
– Software-defined WAN as a virtualized networking function
– WAN optimization, security and analytics capabilities
– Runs on RAD’s vCPE-OS, white boxes and third-party platforms
– Lower cost alternative to IP VPN
– Flexible deployment options
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