Bethesda, MD – Solutions Reservoir™, an on-demand marketing support consultancy for high-tech industries, has released a tutorial video that introduces SD-WAN to the broad audience with an interest in telecommunications and networking. Software Defined Networking has already increased capabilities and eased operations in the more contained environment of the data center. Now, with SD-WAN, many of these advantages are expanding into the wide area network, even on a global basis.
Complete, crisp, and concise (less than 7 minutes), the video, Tutorial Introduction to SD-WAN, emphasizes SD-WAN in the network service provider environment. It addresses:
- SD-WAN’s key features and capabilities.
- The rationale for SD-WAN in consideration of existing shortcomings in WAN technologies and services.
- The place of SD-WAN within the industry’s overall embrace of Network Virtualization, Network Function Virtualization (NFV), and Cloud-Based Services.
- SD-WAN-derived services in the context of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)-derived services.
“SD-WAN is a hot topic and there’s a large need for unbiased information about it,” said Solutions Reservoir principal Darrell Tanno. He added, “We’ve learned from experience that people need tutorials, and videos in general, to be well organized, well considered, clear and crisp – and we made sure to develop it [the Tutorial Introduction to SD-WAN video] according to those guidelines.”
High Level Summary of SD-WAN’s Features and Capabilities.
About Solutions Reservoir™
Solutions Reservoir LLC is based in Bethesda, MD and provides marketing support in high-tech with expertise in the telecom/networking, cybersecurity/cloud/IT, data center, and wireless/RF/satellite industries. Blending deep marketing and technical skills, it provides interim marketing support and creates content to bolster its clients’ standing as recognized experts in their markets. For critical projects, high-tech marketing organizations can draw upon Solutions Reservoir’s skilled marketing expertise to come in, complete the task, and move on.
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