Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN)

Improve application performance and availability whilst reducing WAN costs

Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology is reshaping the modern enterprise network by providing improved performance, reduced costs and enhanced security.  It has arisen as the WAN's response to the migration of enterprise apps to the cloud. As the march of enterprise apps to the cloud gathers momentum, so too does SD-WAN.

LIMA’s SD-WAN solutions combine real-time path selection, edge routing, stateful firewall, end-to-end QoS and WAN optimisation, delivering the reliability and efficiency your business demands, while reducing ongoing costs.

Whether accessing SaaS applications, virtualised desktops, public Clouds, enterprise Cloud applications or traditional datacentres, our SD-WAN solutions ensure an always-on, high-quality experience and a simpler, more agile branch network.

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SD-WAN for improved flexibility

Centralised control over the network


SD-WAN for improved application performance

Ensuring the right traffic is sent through the optimal network link


SD-WAN for improved branch security

Migrate virtualised network and security functions away from hardware solutions

Disruptive technologies challenge the assumptions which underpin established solutions like MPLS, enabling better agility, easier deployment, and faster performance often with reduced costs.

 LIMA’s SD-WAN solutions address:

  • Security requirements related to web and internet applications

  • Complexity associated with interconnecting multiple transport types (MPLS, Ethernet, internet, leased lines, DSL, LTE)

  • The need for better analytics and visibility into applications and resources delivered by the network

  • Management of consistent user experience for onsite enterprise apps and off-premise cloud applications

  • In-house management of enterprise WAN networks

  • Cost-effective delivery of SaaS and other cloud services across the WAN

  • Growing annual costs associated with the provision of additional bandwidth

  • Audits and compliance relating to the network

  • Management of connectivity at remote branch offices

  • Appliance sprawl at the WAN edge

  • Time relating to the provision of new services to a site