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Importance of WAN Optimization

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WAN optimization is an important part of network management. WAN optimization is the ability to optimize and enhance your WAN bandwidth resulting in an immediate ROI and increased control.

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Importance of WAN Optimization

  1. 1. WAN Optimization is the ability to optimize and enhance your WANbandwidth resulting in an immediate ROI and increased control.What is WAN Optimization?
  2. 2. Why is WAN Optimization important?Intelligent Internet (outbound) Load BalancingCost savingsTraffic Shaping and QoSInbound Load BalancingWAN FailoverQuicker File Accessibility654321
  3. 3. 1. Intelligent Internet (outbound) Load Balancing:Increase efficiency by utilizing all of your bandwidthwith load balancing techniques while safeguarding yourInternet with complete redundancy.
  4. 4. 2. Inbound Load Balancing:Through the use of our authoritative DNS service toensure that all of your business critical WAN servicesare always up.
  5. 5. 3. WAN Failover:Know that your organization is always protected whendisaster strikes by Ecessa automatically failing overyour Internet traffic.
  6. 6. 4. Traffic Shaping and QoS:Ensure your critical business applications receive thebandwidth they need by assigning bandwidth and WANpriority.
  7. 7. 5. Quicker File Accessibility:By enabling WAN Virtualization sites can quickly andsecurely communicate between locations with Ecessa.
  8. 8. 6. Cost savings:No need to add expensive WAN lines like MPLS and T1swhen you can load-balance multiple low-cost linksefficiently with Ecessa.
  9. 9. WAN optimization can bring significant improvementsto business operations.
  10. 10. Check out: http://www.ecessa.com/waas/OrClick on: WAN Optimization as a ServiceFor learn more about on WAN optimization.
  11. 11. THANK YOU!

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