LTE and other mobile services play a significant role in the workplace and have made it easier than ever to access information quickly on the go. The IT team at MACH Networks in Carlsbad, CA, wants to explain how LTE can be integrated into SD-WAN solutions. While it may seem complicated at first, understanding this integration is key to ensuring you’re on the cutting-edge of communications and connectivity.
What Is SD-WAN?
SD-WAN (software-defined wide area networking) is a cost-effective networking solution for businesses with multiple offices. It’s designed to work with growing cloud- and internet-based technologies, so multiple branches have high-speed access to data in a central, secure data center. By removing third-parties between a branch and data center, SD-WAN makes connectivity easier than ever and prepares businesses for further innovations in communications.
What Role Does LTE Play?
LTE (long-term evolution) drives wireless connectivity, most notably on cellphones. It ensures wireless devices receive the highest speeds of data transfers. This can play a major role in SD-WAN systems by optimizing data transfers from different branches beyond basic cellular use. It’s also more reliable than the broadband connections many branches use and is highly accessible through different providers. Ultimately, it gives you better connectivity that’s more reliable and ready for the next generation of LTE technologies in the future.
If you’re looking for connectivity solutions, turn to the team at MACH Networks. They believe in providing their partners with the highest possible internet speeds. Since 2008, they’ve offered a variety of network designs for businesses of every size. They’ve partnered with leading carriers like AT&T and Verizon to ensure their customers have the fastest internet speeds and premium product connections. They’ll make sure your business is primed and ready for the future. Call (866) 972-7677 or visit their website and LinkedIn page to learn more about VoIP, business routers, and other products and services.